Madrid Fashion Film Festival 2013
Award "Best Fashion Film International 2013"
Award " Best Art Direction 2013"
New York Fashion Film Festival 2013
Award 2012 " Best Art Direction"
DIRECTOR: Monica Menez
WRITTEN: Monica Menez
CAST: Albe Hamiti / Tune Models
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Paul Robert Klinar
SET DESIGN : Atelier Josche.
STYLIST: Sanne Roesch
HAIR: Sabine Nania
MAKE-UP: Sabine Nania
First test of the light saber!
Second test with music and sound of light saber movements
Third test, no airplane
Fourth test, red shot blasters and smoke
Edition: After Effects CS4
Music: John Williams - Duel of the Fates / Soundtrack Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace
Preset: Light Saber on videocopilot.net/presets/
En Vení cumplimos un año y pensamos que la mejor manera de celebrarlo era realizar un video homenaje a nuestros clientes, para felicitarles las Navidades del 2011!
We visited Josh Vogel of Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. in late 2010 and kick started this year with a feature on the wood sculptor based in Kingston, New York. Our experience with him was so profound that we knew we had to pay another visit. This time, to document his story as part of our series. The result is nothing like we've ever done. This film gives little background on who Josh Vogel is, read our feature for more details. Instead it explores the idea that turning wood is a reductive process that in essence is a step back in time. As the wood loses a layer, the years are taken away. This abstract idea is a constant that Josh is very aware whenever his chisel touches the bark and steady peels away the rings of time. thescoutmag.com
Brothers Chris and Kirk Bray have been producing leather goods for the last ten years. They launched Billykirk from Los Angeles in 1999, learning their craft from a third generation leather maker. A simple leather strap kick started the business, a decade later their collection has flourished into other offerings that consists of bags, belts, shoes, wallets, hats and other accessories. Since expanding and moving their operation to the East, they've employed a group of Amish leather makers to produce much of their line, while wrapping up production in their studio. We visited the brothers over the summer to observe their operation first hand and to discover the beauty behind the process. Photo by Rose Callahan