New Blog site is coming....

It's been quite awhile since Motofish made a blog entry! We've recently moved our site to new address and a new look. Please click on this link and check it out. Motofish blog


Woolrich Ad

Last year we were fortunate enough to collaborate with Swanson Russell on some Woolrich Clothing projects. Here's an Ad produced from the shoot placed in the April 2010 issue of Backpacker.


Check out the new Motofish Racing Team website

Motofish Images sponsored a Cyclocross team this past fall and this year we are sponsoring our inaugural road team. We have teamed up with Cascade Bicycle Studio and FSA as sponsors and are looking forward to a fun season of racing. We have also launched a new website that has ride and race reports, product reviews and pretty much all things bike at Motofishracing.com. Swing by and check it out.

Wiley X Sunglasses shoot

Motofish recently finished a project for Wiley X sunglasses. Wiley X makes bulletproof, tough as nails glasses and the good people at Sasquatch Advertising asked us to help show this through a variety of scenarios. Wiley X has taken their ballistic grade glasses traditionally used by the military and law efforcement and developed a consumer line for active sports and lifestyle. Motofish headed south to Santa Barbara, where we had the beach, the open scrub, and twisty mountain roads for incredible locations.



Motofish recently shot the Rapha Gentlemen's Ride. Rapha makes some of the nicest cycling clothing around. Fantastic designs, high quality material, durability and limited production numbers make Rapha some of the nicest gear out there.

The ride itself was a 137 mile course with about 5k of climbing from the Oregon coast to Portland. 23 teams, seeded by ability, of six riders each participated on this beautiful ride traveling the entire route virtually without touching a major road. A healthy climb in the middle, some gravel and dirt, and one last climb at the end punctuated a great day.


GT/Mongoose in Park City.

This past May saw Motofish in Park City, UT and southern California shooting for GT and Mongoose bikes. It was a great shoot. The Utah portion took place at Deer Valley and Park City - ride the chair up and try to keep up with pro riders Chris and Nick Van Dine, Steve Romaniuk, Andrew Cho, and Hans Rey (Well, maybe not keep up but don't make them wait too long.). Motofish was asked to bring a look and feel to the images that had some authenticity but were outside of the typical mountain bike style of photography. A very fun shoot the results of which can be seen below.