Greg Chapman is the owner of the executive tailored clothing store located in Beverly Hills, CA. He is in business for more than 40 years. His story and the story of his family is like a movie itself. In 1967 he married the love of his life Rajashree. At that time she was one of the biggest and most beautiful Bollywood stars. Their wedding took place in India, lasted 5 days and hosted 15000 guests. After that they moved to Los Angeles and started the business. Their first client was Mr Robert Wessen.
In 1992 Robert ordered a custom suit for his collection. But never picked it up. The Rodney King Riots happened. 20 years later Greg Chapman was going through his warehouse storage and found the suit. He recognized the initials on the tag and called Robert, they stayed good friends through years. The suit fit perfectly Robert's son Matt, who was ten at the time suit was made.
We took the historical piece across America and did the photoshoot in honor of that amazing story in the land of Monument Valley.
Photography by Anna Glass #fashion
BMW Group has launched the Wanderlust campaign, an initiative that encourages the brand's fans from all over the world to "Get away from the everyday routine to discover something new and risk an adventure."
Matt Wessen did a photo shoot for Mini Cooper Wanderlust Chad Marshall Beach Party. Pictures went on billboards in Japan.
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Photography by Anna Glass and Matt Wessen
This project was shot in US and Western Europe
A variety of Matt's work including product shoots for a client, landscapes and lifestyle while traveling through Los Angeles, California, Lake Tahoe, Island of Crete in Greece as well as West and South of France
A trip through Paris to the Basque Country
This is a sample of work for an acting talent based in Los Angeles, California. The creative task was to showcase different styles, costumes, characters, ethnicities and the age range of an actress to increase her possibilities of being cast for a variety of film and theatre projects
Shot by Anna Glass
Samples of landscape work by Anna Glass shot in Mexico, California and Utah
Dance, little Baby, dance up high!
Never mind, Baby, Mother is by.
Crow and caper, caper and crow,
There, little Baby, there you go!
Up to the ceiling, down to the ground,
Backwards and forwards, round and round;
Dance, little Baby and Mother will sing,
With the merry coral, ding, ding, ding!
Poem by Ann Taylor, Photography by Anna Glass
These were taken during our first visit to Japan in April 2016. Couldn't be a better introduction to art and culture of that unique place. We came for an art show collaboration with Skip Engblom a famous co-founder of Z-Boys and Dogtown. He is featured in this photo collection overlooking a skatepark in the heart of Tokyo.
Photography by Anna Glass
A little photography project that I made during my first couple years of residing in California. You know these people from somewhere else, but all of them are also exceptional surfers! Andrew Wessen of Grouplove, Pyn Doll of Barb Wire Dolls, actors Jesse Spencer, also known as Dr. Robert Chase of House, John Slattery, also known as Roger Sterling of Mad Men and Scott Caan of Hawaii Five-0
Photography by Anna Glass
Keeping your local beach clean is important. Collecting our trash and never leaving a thing on the beach is our mojo. So is participating in local programs of environmental awareness.
Guest Photography and Videography by Matt Wessen, Anna Glass and JP Taylor
We are all made of water. We are born from water. This piece is looking at the moments where swell energy and waves come together
This is a Harmony Korine 'Spring Breakers' movie poster. Creative concept by Jon Manheim and Matt Wessen. Photography: Matt Wessen. Graphic design: Jon Manheim.
MPA banned this poster in America because they thought it was too much.
It did though get released in Europe
"Summer means different things to different people. For us, It's surfing"
- The Endless Summer Movie
Clothing campaign for a brand based in Downtown, Los Angeles
So we have decided to get out of LA for couple weeks. Living in a big city sometimes makes you feel empty, overwhelmed and tired of crowds even in heavenly places like the City of Angels. We don’t like to travel by just transporting our bodies around the globe for no particular reason. There has to be a story, a purpose, a plan. This time we decided to embark on a 3000 mile trip across America.
Our general idea was to shoot counter culture outside of counter culture. Which pretty much means placing ourselves as the kids of modern world in the middle of nowhere in US and see how it feels, how it looks and what experience it will bring to us.
We packed our car (that we call the White Knight) with a range of outfits and hit the road. The plan was to go To Flagstaff, AZ then Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, remote places of Utah which are National Parks, Salt Lake city. After that we went to see the family in Bozeman, MT. And most importantly made it back to Park City, UT on time for our dear friends premiere at The Sundance Film Festival. The road back took us through Las Vegas. Which is famous for being an extremely uninteresting place to visit. Drinking, gambling, prostitution, drugs, criminal lawyers. Thanks, but no thanks. So we just drove through to be back home to Cali.
This road took us through most of western states of America. And for us it’s just the beginning of exploration of the "fly-over states." America has a lot to offer for someone who is into the backroad adventure.
Photography by Anna and Matt Wessen