Chase Jarvis is Everywhere.

Welcome to ACJN, the All Chase Jarvis Network.

First up is Chase Jarvis RAW: New Zealand Spring (above) wherein you get a behind-the-scenes look at the logistics of planning and executing a major sportswear shoot on the other side of the planet. (Unless you happen to live in New Zealand, of course.)

More background info, and Chase answers your questions here.

But wait, there's more: He is also the cover boy on the latest audio issue of LightSource, at, where you can hear a really good interview with him here.

(Right click and choose "download" to grab it for your iPod.)

If you just want to, uh, cut to the Chase, his part starts at the 11-minute mark and goes for the majority of the one-hour show.

Other Chase Jarvis Videos:

:: Ninjas! ::
:: Hasselblad Master Series ::
:: Lust-Worthy Location Laptop Case ::


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Man, just another boring day at work!

July 19, 2007 10:20 AM  
Anonymous Bird said...

Great video. Chase seems like a pretty cool guy. The photography is incredible at the end

July 19, 2007 12:50 PM  
Blogger Chase Jarvis said...

Strobist - thanks for the post. Your sense of humor(and style) is impeccable...the ACJN? I can't stop getting crap from people about that one ;)

Just wanted to let your readers know that I'm always happy to answer any questions. I'll keep attuned here as well as the comments section of my post and try to address anything that comes up.


July 19, 2007 1:34 PM  
Anonymous Tom Robbrecht said...

Chase Jarvis is my hero.

July 19, 2007 3:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

even a Strobist mention is the interview. I checked it out last night, nice stuff...

July 19, 2007 4:01 PM  
Blogger Jacob said...

I really like what Chase said during the interview about taking time to shoot for yourself, and shooting portfolio stuff that YOU want to shoot. It really makes fantastic sense (not that I have a portfolio, but it gives me something to work toward).

It's definitely inspiring to those of us with no professional photo backgrounds. The downside being is that I'd have to quit my 87 other hobbies and focus on photography to even get close (and by close I mean a zillion miles away) to that level.

July 20, 2007 4:34 PM  
Blogger Christopher said...

Chase, love the video and I'm sure that was a cool job. Do you normally use any lighting gear when you're our at about like that?

July 16, 2008 6:51 PM  

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