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Warren, RI. 02885

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little outdoor giants

Dom & Jarrod met on a small lake in Massachusetts.  They were established photographers in their own right and became fast friends with their enthusiasm for telling stories with vision.  In 2012 they found themselves together on a road trip, driving home from Montana in Jarrod's new '71 Ford pick-up, when they realized they should team up and shoot together. On the backroads of America they formed what is now Little Outdoor Giants, two friends creating authentic lifestyle and travel work.  

Their combined experience and energy on set helps them creatively collaborate with clients to get a wide range of work in a short amount of time.  With genuine interest in their subjects and a love for telling stories, Little Outdoor Giants connect and capture authentic moments on every project. Their hard work and dedication has clients trusting Dom & Jarrod with their most important stories. 

Little Outdoor Giants is represented by Saint Lucy Represents and work out of NYC and Boston.

clients

Bank of America, Baskin Robbins, BBC, Black Diamond, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Buffalo Wild Wings, Burger King, Dunkin' Donuts, Ermont, Inc., Eureka!, Ford, McKenzie Deli, Michelob Ultra, Miller High Life, New Balance, Nike, Outdoor Research, Patagonia, Saucony, Shire Beef, Steel & Rye, Sol Beer, Spire, The UPS Store, Yasso

agencies

Alma, Connelly Partners, Doner, DigitasLBi, FCB, Forge Worldwide, gtb, Hill Holliday, MullenLowe U.S., mcgarrybowen, Mechanica, Solidarity of Unbridled Labour, TBWA\Chiat\Day, Viewpoint Creative

editorial

Backpacker, Boston Magazine, Down East, Edible Boston, O, The Oprah Magazine, Outdoor Life, Outside, Yankee 


See what others are saying about the Giants:

Client Testimonials

Right from the initial call, it was clear that Dom and Jarrod had invested themselves in our project—digging into the details and potential. Their enthusiastic energy never let up. Navigating the specifics and twists-and-turns of our shoot was always positive, constructive, a great buzz.

In the ad biz, it’s an honor to collaborate with truly talented people—that’s when the magic happens. That collaborative spirit is inherent in Dom and Jarrod as a team. These days, as we tend to work through all sorts of technology, a terrific personal collaboration means more than ever. LOG on.
— Larry Donabedian - Associate Creative Director, Doner
We worked with Little Outdoor Giants on our Summer “Blue Freedom” project and were blown away by the images they captured. Not only was the content unique and inspiring but working with these guys was a breeze – they were responsive, positive and delivered more than we asked for. We can’t wait to work with L.O.G. again on future projects.
— Laura Bernstein - Design and Visual Manager, Shoes.com
Ok, so here’s the deal with Little Outdoor Giants, they are magical humans. Not only are they dope photographers, they are also varsity partners and creators. If you were to close your eyes and imagine the type of people you would like to work with for the rest of your life, I think these guys would come very close to that vision. They are unafraid to create in partnership and for that any project feels like a wildly enjoyable dance. The process is incredibly professional, the detail with which they approach a project is inspiring and at the end of day the work is filled with heart. I try to work with Dom & Jarrod as often as possible.
— Libby Delana - Co-Founder / Creative Director / @Mechanica
Where to even begin? These guys have a true passion for their work. When they’re on your project, they’re ALL IN!

Upfront, they take the time to understand your brand and what you’re trying to accomplish. They brainstorm with you. To say they’re collaborative is an understatement.
They take tech and organization seriously. Whether you’re standing on a mountaintop, chilling next to a campfire, or setting up in studio; the light’s gonna be beautiful.

Once you’re shooting, LOGs bring your ideas to life. The guys work seamlessly together. But even better, the whole crew feels like family — just having fun and taking pictures. The emotion is real, so your images are authentic, believable, and connect with your audience. At the end of the day, I’m always exhausted because it was so much fun and I literally can’t stop smiling.Post shoot, the guys take the time to follow up. Are you happy? Is there anything we could have done better? How can we make your post production process easier? You might even get a handwritten postcard.

Bottom line, they really care, and that means everything.
— Maryalice Eckart - Creative Director, Wayfair
The Giants bring a sense of fun and unique creative energy to every project. They’re very serious about their work but they never forget to have fun along the way. Although they may be easy and fun to work with it’s their results that keep us coming back for more!
— Pam Jack - Senior Managing Producer, L.L.Bean
In my 39 years being an editor at Yankee Magazine I have worked with dozens and dozens of photographers on hundreds of stories. At the very top of these is the work of The Little Outdoor Giants when they replicated the travels of Henry David Thoreau into the Maine Wilderness. For 18 days, Dominic and Jarrod not only paddled and carried canoes and gear through rough terrain for miles, they also caught the happiness,, fatigue and danger experienced by an expedition of Native Americans, wilderness advocates, and Maine Guides who recreated Thoreau’s epic journey. The endurance, toughness, and skill of The Little Outdoor Giants became one of the most acclaimed photo essays Yankee has published in my decades here at the magazine.
Their work shows their ability to adapt to unexpected conditions, a tenacity to get the shots no matter the difficulty, and most of all, their innate sense of story telling. There are many talented photographers who know how to capture perfectly composed shots. What has always impressed me about the work of Jarrod and Dom is you can see the heart they put into the story they see unfolding. That is rare and is to be celebrated.
— Mel Allen - Editor, Yankee Magazine