Hair visionary Anthony Mascolo and director Michael Lindsay joined forces one again to create eXoChromatic for Infringe magazine. Working with performance artist and model Bre Lembitz the challenge was to produce both motion and stills for the magazine. This given the unrepeatability of the action. Shooting under heavy rain machines at 16oz Studio, the end result was striking in both mediums.Read More
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After desaturating colour for much of my career, its great to occasionally embrace its vibrancy.
Ungraded Epic Dragon screengrabs. The extended colour depth of the Epic Dragon sensor proved essential for this piece. The camera's skin tone rendition, given this much disruptive colour, was remarkable.Read More
Great to have worked with these spectacular couture designs by Iris Van Herpen in this film for Tigi. The dresses were fluid sculptures whose fine combs had emerged from a 3D printing process. The movement of these hair-like protrusions echoed the wind, ash and rock of the volcanic Icelandic landscape. A Van Herpen inspired piece immaculately driven by director Michael Lindsay.Read More