It started with a party next the pool at a sprawling Neutra house in Beverly Hills overlooking downtown Los Angeles. As day turned into night we ended up in a ’65 Buick convertible on the way to Palm Springs, finally arriving at the Elrod House, an icon of mid-century modern architecture that was featured in “Diamonds Are Forever.” The key players were musician Nick Waterhouse, actor Miles Fisher, and entrepreneur Garrett Colton. The project was a lookbook for K-Swiss. One of my favorite things about this job is finding myself in situations I would have never expected. This shoot was 48 hours of just that.