all work, all play
For us, life in the trades isn’t just about the work. It’s about the life.
The opportunity to choose and build the lives we lead. To create balance in our lives. And that feeling of when you’re so close to your work, mentally and physically, the lines between work and play blur and you’re simply living your passion. All work. All play.
That’s the same ethos Truewerk designs into our workwear. Functional, comfortable pieces that are capable from the job site to the trail, from swinging hammers to pushing your kids on a tire swing. Celebrate work and play.
Plumber | Florida
Omar wanted a fulfilling career that would also support his growing family, fast forward six years and he has made a path for himself as a plumber. He’s a master at his craft and is proud of the life he leads fuelled by hard work and passion. Whether he is doing a septic install, working out, or spending time with his family, Truewerk always fits his lifestyle.
Aaron & Emily Reeves
Mechanics | Texas
Partners in life and business, Aaron and Emily turned their passion into a business at Flying Sparks Garage where they do almost anything – from restoring classic cars to fixing up boats and flying airplanes. The fits and fabrics Truewerk features work for them regardless of if they are covered in grease or sitting in the cockpit.
Solar Technician | Colorado
Arturo is no stranger to hard work on or off the job site. If he isn’t on a roof, he's probably under a barbell in the gym or kicking back with friends. Truewerk makes it easy for him to step off his job site and get some reps in at the gym before finding the local watering hole with friends.
ALL WORK ALL PLAY ALL YEAR - SHARE YOUR STORY:
What do you do for work and play? How do the gear, tools, and technology you use help you perform to the best of your ability? How do you transition to your life outside of work? What does All Work All Pay mean to you?
SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOS:
- Ratio: Standard iPhone photo size of 3:4
Use the setting your phone normally shoots in.
Avoid features like super zoom or wide-angle.
For in-action lifestyle photos, take photos with your phone titled sideways/horizontally.
For portrait photos, keep your phone straight/vertical.
Seek out clear, strong, light.
Avoid backlit photos or having your light source directly in front of you.
- Portrait shots:
Have someone else take your photo—no selfies, please.
Shoot straight on with the subject centered and at the eye line.
Just be aware of what’s in your background!
Smile, laugh, smirk, grimace—your look is up to you. Be authentic.
- Lifestyle shots:
Can include just yourself or you and your crew.
Shots should be in action. Showcase the athleticism of your trade!
No posed shots, but candid is always welcome.