I photographed Ava in a Mexican restaurant in San Francisco in 2007. She was a rockin' Tomboy with soccer legs and new boobs. Ava and I had nice connection. She thought of herself as way "out of the box," as do I. She told me she's stubborn hates to lose. I think she wins most of the time. As we all do now. Ava is a Mexican Buddhist. That was a first to me, but I love it. She had a strong but feminine sex appeal that transcends well onto film. Having her speak some Spanish was very provocative. After this we had body shot of tequila with limes a plenty. If you see Ava on the soccer field in Northern California, watch out. She likes to win. And that's no sin. ~ Andrew
Showreel edit of recreated archive shots for a series of First World war documentaries.
VFX sequences directed by Christian Johnson.
Aditional Live action shots directed by Christian Johnson, Steve Maher, Paul Wooding, and Sarah Jobling.
VFX Production by Windmil Lane.
Client. Impossible Factual, History Cananda.
Music by Bear McCreary - Prelude To War