Jamie Morgan is the iconic British photographer who gained recognition for his work with the groundbreaking Buffalo Collective. Jamie co-founded Buffalo along with legendary stylist Ray Petri, Buffalo was a group of like-minded creatives whose images are said to have changed the nature of modern fashion photography. The Collective had a major exhibition at the V&A Museum, accompanied by the release of the heavily referenced ‘Buffalo’ book.
Morgan’s work can be characterized as contemporary portraiture. Inspired by classicism yet utterly modern in his choice of casting, cultural comment and fashion interpretation. Each image is a graphic statement which, although modern in feel, are also timeless. His images often play with the mixing of gender and race, of street and high fashion, of young and old.
Morgan naturally progressed into filmmaking and has shot many celebrated music videos... Read more
Having redefined photography in the 1990’s by experimenting with overexposed film and unusual compositions, Mark Borthwick captures intimate yet intensely raw moments in images saturated with a unique synergy between color and light.
His free spirit can be found in currently directing advertising for brands like: BALENCIAGA - ADIDAS - MYKITA - HERMES - MISSONI - MARTINMARGIELA PARFUM - to name a few.His editorial work appears often in: Pop magazine, Purple, Union, Re edition, Mousse, Modern matter, etc. Born in london, Mark currently lives with his family in Brooklyn, New york.
Dima Hohlov is a Latvian-born photographer who previously lived in New York for 10 years before relocating to London.
Dima’s passion for art and culture are a reflection on his approach to both his editorial and commercial projects.
He has contributed to editorial titles such as; Porter Magazine, The Edit, Conde Nast Traveller, Interview Magazine, Interview Russia, Vogue China, Vogue Russia, Harper’s Bazaar, The Sunday Times Style, Financial Times, Exit, Rolling Stone, Tatler, Flair and GQ.
His advertising clients include the likes of M.A.C. cosmetics, Jo Malone, Net-A-Porter, Next, Bionda Castana, Goat and J & M Davidson.
Lucilla Barbieri and Fabrizio Coppi were one of the first duos to form a continuous and solid collaboration in photography, partnering up in 1991 in Milan. Although the still life photographic team is currently based in London, they have realised projects in all parts of the world, from New York to Rio, Paris, Tokyo, Milan and Arizona.
Despite their initial focus on interiors, they have since applied their elegant and unique vision to different photographic fields such as Jewellery, Fashion Still Life, Car, Beauty, and Luxury brands.
Born in 1992, Alexandre Haefeli received a Bachelor of Photography from ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne. Showcased in both solo and group exhibitions, his personal work takes interest in the representation of the male body and its relation to eroticism.
Playing with the viewer’s amorous and voyeuristic gaze, Haefeli’s photographs tend to escape reality in order to approach the romantic idea of a lost paradise.
Torn between romanticism and open sexuality, between suggestion and revelation, Haefeli’s pictures invite the viewer to look, imagine, and desire.
He took part of publications like ECAL Photography (Hatje Cantz) or Choli Cholie (RVB Books) and worked for magazines such as Citizen K, Libération, and NEON. Haefeli won the Elinchrom Prize in 2015 and the Swiss Photo Award 2016, as well as a 3 months Residency in Genoa in 2016 (IT).
Born in Paris in 1972, Ambroise Tézenas graduated from the Applied Arts School of Vevey, Switzerland in 1994. First based in London and then Paris, he worked as a photo-journalist for both French and international magazines, spending much of his time traveling in South East Asia, Central and South America.
Sacha Goldberger is a French photographer, living and working in Paris. As a director, he chooses the locations, the costumes, directs actors, plays with lights, spans the years, and pays attention to details. Through his series, Sacha Goldberger shows us his vision of different worlds such as the Loubavitch (« Loubavitch 770 »), his grandmother (« Mamika »), the super heroes (« Super Flemish »), the family (« Meet My Mum »).
His news series « Secret Eden » will be presented at Paris Photo with the School Gallery in November 2016.
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We commissioned musical comedian Ben Champion to write and produce a festive song to parody an animated musical. As part of our studio’s short film programme, everyone in our studio was invited to pitch the direction of the animation, and Blue Zoo animators Simone Giampaolo and Joe Kinch’s cheeky character’s won the company wide vote. We then designed & produced the short in just 8 weeks, launching in December 2015.
A week later it received over 100k views and a Vimeo Staff Pick. It is now doing the film festival circuit across the world.
ZEITGUISED are an award winning studio of artists, designers and technologists providing consultancy for synthetic art and design with inhouse creative direction and production.
The exquisite realities of ZEITGUISED are based on simulated photography and crafted as a unique blend of tantalizing design, acute art, handmade algorithms and bespoke generative processes
Marjolijn was born in the Netherlands and grew up in Pakistan, Scotland, and India. After attending the School of Arts in Maastricht, she moved to France where she discovered her passion for photography. Her exhibitions led her to relocate to Paris. It was there that she entered the world of fashion and advertising.
She is always looking for new ways to work with images, keeping her creativity alive. Select clients include Chaumet, Louis Vuitton, Liérac, and Lacoste.
Filmmakers and mixed-media artists Jason Groves, Chris Harding, and Richard ‘Kenny’ Kenworthy comprise the creative collective known as Shynola. The boys met at art college, bonding over a highly productive collaboration of films, painting, comics, poetry, even music. After they organized their own gallery show in London, archly named Shynola, the name stuck.
On graduation, Shynola sent a showreel of their signature animation to Mo’ Wax label head James Lavelle. Impressed, Lavelle commissioned a short film for the televised NME Brat Awards. This immediately led to music videos for artists such as Blur, Beck, Queens of the Stone Age, Coldplay, and particularly Radiohead, for whom they created a series of 20-second digital micro-movies or ‘blipverts’ for the iconic Kid A campaign.
Commercials clients quickly followed, leading to breakout work for Honda, Nike, McDonald’s, Hulu, and Sony... Read more
An interactive running experience that transforms you into a Force of Nature. Using Kinect interaction and a treadmill fitted with custom sensors, the installation takes the runner through a journey of immersive visual effects that amplify the feeling of getting into the flow of running.
Created for the April 2015 Nike Innovation Summit at Truman Brewery, London
Onedotzero created a range of content for the relaunch of the Air Zoom Talaria running shoe - known as one of the best rides in Nike footwear history.
With a brief to "create beautiful modern NikeLab content that heroes the Air Zoom Talaria and communications lightweight comfort", Onedotzero developed hero contentfor the NikeLab.com homepage in the form of a 12-second looping animation with fluidmotion and speed inspired by the Air Zoom Talaria's road racing heritage.
Three GIFs andsix stills were also created for full Instagram takeovers, highlighting the threecolourways and illustrating the key messages of comfort, lightweight and speed. Hero still shots of the shoes were shot before being retouched for use across all ofthe deliverables by Onedotzero.
To complement the work Onedotzero designed the directive for product displays at NikeLab concept stores such as 1948.
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Ykone was part of the launch for Moet & Chandon’s new platform, "The Now". We organized the creation of an amazing editorial series by top lifestyle & fashion influencers, icons of the millennial.
Our objective was to create sharp editorial content in the style of a Vogue fashion series, glamorous and extremely sophisticated, for a breakthrough social network campaign.
The casting was focused on fashion-forward, trendy, and creative influencers with hugely powerful communities of followers.
The studio guided influencers through each step in creating storyboards, with clear briefs on the number of visuals and type of visual required, as well as directing them on which collections to highlight with inspirations.
The result is a 360° support with a succession of content based on the brand’s highlights, with a Maximum visibility for a brand platform that mixes... Read more
Working with Publicis Life Brands Resolute, we crafted a visually impactful healthcare campaign to highlight the benefits of a new drug flowing through your system to help with everyday tasks.
We organized a technical shoot to capture ink flows in water to build various compositions of the patient dancing, walking the dog, getting on a train and shopping for the print stills.
Using CGI, we were able to produce abstract animations of ink flow forming an image, before dispersing again.
Sainsbury’s delivered an emotive spot for the festive season, as Judith Kerr’s family favourite Mog returned for one more calamitous adventure. Framestore was delighted to work alongside creative agency AMV BBDO and Director James Rouse at Outsider on the campaign, preparing Mog for her first-ever animated foray.
A true passion project from the start, Framestore is extremely proud to have worked on such an iconic creature, re-imagining Kerr’s illustrations for the screen in a unique way.VFX Supervisors Ben Cronin and Grant Walker, and CG Supervisor Ahmed Gharraph, led a broad team of artists to create Mog, a CG cat whose emotions are built on a careful combination of feline and human references. Judith Kerr’s original illustrations formed the base of the work, with concept drawings further refining the intensity and range of Mog’s expressions.
In order to achieve the right ‘weightiness’... Read more
Dtouch is an innovative capture and post production house for photographic still and moving images. With studios in New York, Paris, and London, Dtouch's international team has the ability to work in tandem with one another when a project's decisive players are located in varying parts of the world. Our creative and intuitive aesthetic approach collaboratively aids our clients to bring the very best out of their work and to explore beyond the limits.
DOM PERIGNON campaign - Shot by Billy KIDD - Advertising Agency : BETC
NIKELAB x KIM JONES: PACKABLE SPORT STYLE COLLECTION - British fashion designer Kim Jones teamed up with Nike to create a colourful capsule collection inspired by travel and transformation - featuring classic Nike apparel pieces that stand at the cross section of innovation, comfort, and style. The collection is modelled by British heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson and Bulgarian tennis standout Grigor Dimitrov.