They’re state-of-the-art, intricate, made of the highest-grade materials, and we have no idea what they do, but we’ve realized that sometimes its easier to make beautiful photographs when you don’t even know what you’re photographing, This is the story behind our latest shoot with Treske Precision Machining.
Sherwood, Oregon-based Treske Precision Machining was introduced to us by our friends Kinesis, Inc. Marketing. Treske is a provider of precision machined parts, welded frames, and integrated assemblies. While their function was a little baffling, the amazing pieces made from milled metal we received were easy to appreciate and photograph.
Product photographer and Polara videographer Jeremy Dunham shot the images for Treske. With their function and use unknown, the shoot became a study in form and abstraction. The lighting, geometric shapes, and interesting colors made these otherwise lifeless pieces into beautiful works of art. Who would have thought parts could be so pretty?