‘Extreme tourism’. That’s what Richard Mosse describes his field of photo-journalism as. His work really stands out as unique art amongst the plethora of press photographs of war-torn countries. Using infra-red film, the landscapes surrounding his military subjects jump out of the frame as a clash of vibrant magentas and violets, celebrating the natural environment which often goes forgotten in times and places of conflict.
This was such a fun shoot! Catherine, my client, and the mind behind Australian sunglass company, Isson, came to me with a new range called Bauhaus. I was instantly excited. While studying architecture in uni, Bauhaus was a constant source of inspiration for me in my designs. We chatted on handsfree for over an hour while I drove down Parramatta Rd in peak hour. We were both on the same page and pumped. Catherine wanted to give me creative freedom, and see what I came up with.
Adapted from Ian McEwan’s best selling novel, Atonement is a softly perfumed story of love, passion and jealousy bound within youth. Novice writer, 13-year-old Briony Tallis, fueled by the jealousy of her older sister Cecilia (Keira Knightly) and her lover Robbie’s (James McAvoy) igniting romance, accuses Robbie of a crime he did not commit, leading to his incarceration. This malicious and childish accusation irrevocably changes all their lives forever.
Based on the book by lead singer Ian Curtis’s wife, Control focuses on the progressive downfall of Joy Division’s enigmatic, depressive and epileptic singer, who ultimately has no control over the fame and success that comes his way, the wife and child he has waiting at home, and the love affair that he can’t deny. […]