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Posts tagged “DTLA


Make it look easy.


New food photography work from your homie Justin Sullivan. Fresh macarons from the unstoppable Bottega Louie downtown Los Angeles.



New fashion shoot soon…

Shooting at the Fantasy Factory

Today I got hired to light a shoot with Rob Dyrdek (Rob & Big, Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory) at his warehouse skatepark/office/tree fort in downtown LA.

Markus Paulsen was the photographer, and we were working together creating some new images for the upcoming launch of a new eyewear line Rob’s doing.

It was such a blast to get to hang out and work at the Fantasy Factory all afternoon and make some bold, iconic images to help launch his latest venture.

There’s a foam pit for learning new tricks…or just throwing yourself off the balcony into. That’s a trick right? I stuck it.

They have this slogan blasted all over the place. Really inspirational to see a dude who came up from skateboarding with a fresh new Ferrari with that attitude. Make your own luck indeed.

Rob was a great guy to work with, and really worked hard with us to make sure everything looked great.

Here’s a 360 panorama I took from the middle of the joint: http://360.io/Mvh6gF

Pretty rad!

Be on the look out for the images when the brand launches soon!

The Streets Are Calling…made me do it

A friend was asking me today where he could see some of my day to day work. I realized that I’ve been guilty of hording it all to myself and not sharing much. So this is a series that I made a little while back and never did anything with. Enjoy.

Don’t forget to check out The Streets are Calling for some wild NSFW street photography by the homie rathandsome.

There are a couple of new things over on my website.


Portfolio update!

The people portfolio got a much needed overhaul today! Check it out! Some exclusive, never before seen pictures goin’ on!

Also, please note that the permanent URL is no longer justinsullivanphotography.com, but http://justinsullivanphoto.com 🙂

Andrew Lee some mo’

Here’s another portrait of my friend Andrew Lee from a shoot we did a while back.