Meeting Miss Kennebrew for the second time was a blast! Haha! Not only are the clothes and accessories that she designs and hand makes AMAZING, but so is her attitude. Look out for the full version of Kennebrew's video interview this August via http://grungecake.com
The editing software I used was Final Cut but the titles and graphics were done in After Effects. It was all 5D Mark II DSLR footage shot over a period of about 3 days.
It took me roughly 4 days of post production. That includes syncing audio, transcoding, rendering, importing, editing, grading, exporting and most importantly tweeking. I shot about 2 hours of interview and distilled it to about 4 minutes.
My audio was captured with a Zoom H4n. I used Plural eyes to sync the audio but many of the clips didn't sync for some reason so I had to re-sync them myself. With all the life stuff happening in between it took about a month to complete.
Big thanks to Chanel Kennebrew.
Be sure to visit Junkprints: http://www.junkprints.com/
We caught up with Chanel Kennebrew, The runner and creator of http://www.JunkPrints.com! She's an amazing artist. Her collection will indeed inspire you to go out and buy 1 of each piece
[Shot by Charla Harlow & Edited by Alexis Casson]
Chanel Kennebrew is the spunky, quirky, fun, energetic, tiny artist behind the fashion of "Junk Prints". Naming her line after trash pieces that are then reinvented, she personally designs the graphics on the tees, re-creates old music records and cassettes into jewelry, and sews apparel! She's the highly intelligent artsy braniac located in Brooklyn, NY, who will teach you a thing or two about the art and history of this country, all with a charming smile on her face.