John Wright directed this spectacular fashion film for Louis Vuitton in conjunction with the launch of their AW12 collection.
John Wright has established himself as one of the UK’s leading portrait photographers, with a client base including international TV Stations, Film Companies, Record Companies, Advertising Agencies and Magazines.
Recognised as truly embracing the digital age in photography, his work is rich in post-production and much of his time behind the camera is spent shooting with a view to how he will develop the image after the shoot.
He and his team work from his London based studio, from where they also handle his pre-production, post-production and syndication.
The animated short film TEPENDRIS RISING catches up with artist Konstantin Kakanias' iconic, fashion-obsessed character Mrs. Tependris. Created and illustrated by Kakanias, the film was brought to life by Co Films and the directing duo The Pain.
The short finds Mrs. Tependris on one of her famous retreats - cryogenically frozen for chic posterity - when inspiration comes calling: it's time for a fashion comeback. With her assistant Pearl, her dog Pepe, and her sly sense of humor, Mrs. Tependris must face 20-foot spiders and catwalk catastrophe on her fabulous journey from ice-cube to icon.
Dear iDEALS, following my other's day report on Lena Lumelsky's SS13 great presentation, here are a few more images that she sent me earlier today, along with a video featuring moments while preparing for her lookbook's photoshoot.Click here
Her work is truly one of the few that really got me impressed this time and I want to see many women wearing her clothes!
Camilla Skovgaard known for her strong, empowered and architectural inspired footwear is launching Hotel Skovgaard – a visual experience that hones the brand message on film. Camilla Skovgaard sought to break the mold of fashion films portraying women in heels as sultry ‘damsels’ – by portraying atypical women of an independent spirit and a physicality to the shoes that echoes the Skovgaard signature. Perhaps inspired by their first meeting, where the designer described her ideas of a dark universe, the notion of speed and running, Director Ali F. Mostafa sought to create a dark and sinister film that balances the line of being controversial. The feel of the film is subtle madness, a creeping feeling of discomfort whilst entering the surreal and mysterious world of Hotel Skovgaard
Davidelfín y Mercedes Benz Clase A
Dirección, guión y montaje: Diego Postigo
Con la colaboración de : Robert Diment
D.O.P: Ines de León
Dirección de producción: Alberto Lopez Garrido
Sonido directo y sonorización: Jorge Alarcón (Sinne)
Mezclado por : Gabriel Gutierrez (-12dB)