Motofish is a creative partner and production company to the core. We have a hyper curiosity about life, people and the things that make them tick. And with out fail - unique ideas and images that inspire conversation are still the best way to reach an audience - regardless of the medium.
Human. Core. Curious. And never fake.
4,810 square feet of studio space is very unique in the Redmond area. With a wide open floor plan and work space in the loft we can shoot everything from high paced product shoots, to lifestyle or anything else we can dream up.
The Nuts and bolts: Natural light floor to ceiling roll up garage door, full edit suite, lockers and bike hangers, 2 enclosed client offices, shower, kitchen (sadly no oven), large projection screen, ample parking and more than one office dog.
Greg Sweney | owner, DIRECTOR /photographer
Georgia native, but home is the PNW. Grew up in family of artists. Married my art school sweetheart. Two lovely children and one monster puppy. I like options and double checking. Can obsess over clouds, water and roads. Being outdoors makes me happiest. Key lime pie anytime. Interested in most everything. Always have an emergency banana.
Chris Cumming | owner, DIRECTOR/photographer
Chris was born in Greenwich, CT and after 18 years of watching his father commute to Wall Street when it was time for college Chris studied economics at Denison University. After college Chris entered the investment business and what he quickly learned was that ‘quantitative analysis’ was not his strong suit. Art school sounded a whole lot better and a few years later Chris became the ‘moto’ in Motofish Studio where he serves as a photographer and director. Chris lives in Seattle with his wife and son whom he occasionally has to leave for work and often times the commute involves an airplane. Chris’ favorite part of Motofish are the people, ‘our friends have become our employees and our clients have become our friends’. His favorite part of dinner is dessert.
Troy Nebeker | creative director, designer
The Golden retriever of people as described by his youngest daughter. A creative by nature and a dreamer of all things water by design.
Bill Rugen | Producer, girl friday
Born a Yooper, educated as a Spartan, worked as a fisheries oceanographer, reads a lot, curls a lot, plays golf poorly, and does whatever is needed at Motofish.