Food Network,
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Capitalizing on the resurgence of diners and drive-ins, “culinary rock star” Guy Fieri visits classic "greasy spoon" spots, from a roadside shack in Tarpley, Texas, to a Las Vegas sports bar with stellar stromboli. In collaboration with talent, Sticks & Stones documented the process of creating dishes in real time, as well as capturing the feel and texture of the profiled restaurants and cities. Filmed and lit tantalizing shots of the featured dishes with multiple cameras.

Coastal Cravings in Duck, NC, features the build of a Coastal tradition, the steamer pot. Two-operator shoot with Panasonic HDX 900 and Sony EX3.

The “Old Faves, New Craves” episode introduces the restaurant, head chef and owners of Meat and Bread in Vancouver. Two-operator shoot with Panasonic HDX 900 and Sony EX3.

The episode "All Family, All the Time" shot on the North Shore of Oahu, HI. A Thai food classic called larb made by Opal of Opal Thai. Two-operator shoot with Panasonic HDX 900 and Sony EX3.

The complicated skill of makeing hand-pulled noodles at the family-run restaurant Peacefull Noodle House in Vancouver, BC. Two-operator shoot with Panasonic HDX 900 and Sony EX3.

The "Fully Focused" episode introduces the restaurant Brine and Bottle in Nags Head, NC. Two-operator shoot with Panasonic HDX 900, Sony EX3 and GoPro.

The episode “Far Out” from Funk 'n Waffles in Syracuse, NY featured the build of a very interesting and tasty dish that is a hit among locals. Directory of photography; two-operator shoot with Panasonic HDX 900, Sony E3 and Canon 5D Mark III.

The "Longstanding Legacies" episode features a counter tour with some owners of an old-school Italian deli in Brooklyn. Two-operator shoot with Panasonic HDX 900, Sony EX3 and GoPro Hero.