Elizabeth Perrin shot and Directed Sally LaPointe's Spring Fashion with the help of Director of Photography David Claessen. Set against a white wall with a 1K HMI, models gave a few minutes of their time before heading out to the runway. Innovation and inspiration was the order of the day as time was limited, but the energy and atmosphere backstage aided the overall electricity in the air as the thrill of performance and play permeated Sally's show and collection as well as this visual show piece.
Sloth is a fashion film made for the premiere issue of Spirit and Flesh magazine. It was shot on location in Brooklyn with a small crew, using the Red Epic camera. Most of the film was shot at 100 fps to illustrate the slow moving sin of Sloth, and to clearly convey the torture of wanting to break free and move but held back by the mortal sin of Sloth.