SCOTT POMMIER x MOTO GUZZI | 2012 MOTORCYCLE AD CAMPAIGN SHOOT

“Shooting the motorcycle stuff really changed the way that I saw what I did as a photographer.”  

–Scott Pommier

Friend Scott Pommier recently shot Motto Guzzi motorcycle’s 2012 ad campaign — and it looks amazing. The usually stoic Canadian gets a little sappy in this behind the scenes video — talking about his early days shooting skateboard stuff for Thrasher Magazine (Scott’s a helluva skateboarder, btw.) and how getting busted on a shoot by the cops who impounded all his equipment and car for a month (LA’s finest) led to him getting a motorcycle and his passion for bikes and riding. I love it — check it out. And the photography? Well, it’s classic Scott Pommier. Spot-on as always.

Backstage film shot and edited by Stefano Righi

Scott Pommier photography for Moto Guzzi Motorcycle’s 2012 ad campaign, Art Director Luca Eremo

Scott Pommier photography for Moto Guzzi Motorcycle’s 2012 ad campaign, Art Director Luca Eremo

Scott Pommier photography for Moto Guzzi Motorcycle’s 2012 ad campaign, Art Director Luca Eremo

Scott Pommier photography for Moto Guzzi Motorcycle’s 2012 ad campaign, Art Director Luca Eremo

Scott Pommier photography for Moto Guzzi Motorcycle’s 2012 ad campaign, Art Director Luca Eremo

Scott Pommier photography for Moto Guzzi Motorcycle’s 2012 ad campaign, Art Director Luca Eremo

Scott Pommier photography for Moto Guzzi Motorcycle’s 2012 ad campaign, Art Director Luca Eremo

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3 thoughts on “SCOTT POMMIER x MOTO GUZZI | 2012 MOTORCYCLE AD CAMPAIGN SHOOT

  1. I really dig the V7 racer, but its unfortunate that the U.S. doesn’t get the polished tank!

  2. Scotts photo insights
    Italian scenery as the backdrop
    Moto Guzzi bikes

    Toss in a few more Bella Donna’s as well as some better music and you’d of had the perfect video

    @ Tony D. Simple solution . Invest some time – elbow grease and a bit of $ and make your own polished tank . It aint rocket science you know ;-)

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