Photography by Juan Moreno
  • Human Motorcycles

    Professional body painter Trina Merry and photographer Juan Moreno posed models to determine the right casting for each motorcycle part and the shape of the overall bike, as part of the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows "Human Motorcycles" ad campaign.
    Photography by Juan Moreno
  • Human Motorcycles

    Cast and crew get into position for six very short minutes as they are painted and photographed, followed by a two- to five-minute rest before they get into the pose for another six minutes of body painting.
    Photography by Juan Moreno
  • Human Motorcycles

    Body painter Trina Merry paints Erin Bates, preparing her for the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows ?Human Motorcycles? ad campaign photo shoot.
    Photography by Juan Moreno
  • Human Motorcycles

    Photography by Juan Moreno
  • Human Motorcycles

    Photographer Juan Moreno lines up the models for a quick shot so that body painter Trina Merry sees the same thing the camera sees before continuing to body paint the cruiser.
    Photography by Juan Moreno
  • Human Motorcycles

    At first glance, it looks like a beautiful woman riding a motorcycle, but look closer, and it becomes apparent that the entire [word missing] has been created out of naked men and women.
    Photography by Juan Moreno
  • Human Motorcycles

    Courtesy Progressive International Motorcycle Shows
  • Human Motorcycles

    Progressive International Motorcycle Shows Cruiser ad, which features Supercross Sideline Reporter Erin Bates. She is featured on all the bikes. This bike is modeled after a Harley-Davidson.
    Photography by Juan Moreno
  • Human Motorcycles

    Courtesy Progressive International Motorcycle Shows
  • Human Motorcycles

    Progressive International Motorcycle Shows National Print Ad features a dirt bike.
    Photography by Juan Moreno
  • Human Motorcycles

    Courtesy Progressive International Motorcycle Shows
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