That's exactly how Chin ended up having his work used in a campaign for cellular-phone giant T-Mobile, created by Seattle ad agency Publicis in the West. "I heard about Darien's work through a mutual friend on Flickr," says Lauren Burks, formerly a recruiter for the agency who regularly scouted the site for talent. "[Creative director] Lindsay Daniels and I agreed that his work would be perfect for the T-Mobile 3G Sidekick LX campaign, because we were looking for someone capturing break dancing in a fun and innovative way." The client ended up buying yearlong unlimited rights to Chin's break-dancing self-portrait, "Footloose" (seen on the next page). The image, which is actually a composite of two shots, appeared on a Seattle-area billboard, and nationally on Web-based flash ads and even Xbox Live Wallpapers. "He's all over the campaign," says Burks.