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Check it Out: Todd Selby Shoots Dockers' Spring 2011 Campaign

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The Dockers spring ad campaign features seven San Francisco Bay Area men—not models—and asked Todd Selby, a.k.a. The Selby, to shoot them. The common thread? All these guys are pursuing their dream jobs. They are: teacher and architect David Burnett, sustainable vintners Andrew and Adam Mariani, filmmaker Barry Jenkins, surfboard shaper Danny Hess, muralist Brian Barneclo, and industrial designer (at Incase) Bobby Chang. Check out the full campaign in the gallery above.
· Wear the Pants project [Dockers]