Thompson & Knight partner J. Holt Foster has handled video game transactions for many years, but the high-profile deal he just negotiated for Tornado Studios stands out from the pack because it features a photo shoot instead of a shoot-’em-up.

Foster helped Tulsa, Okla.-based Tornado Studios ink a video game development and publishing license agreement for a game based on “Project Runway,” a reality television show, starring Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, that now airs on the Lifetime network.

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