New film written & directed by Mann is another moving image that sets his style of fast cut edit. His quick cut edit style, that takes viewer away from the topic by keeping them locked in for the come back of a story is a joy. The short film produced by Savoir Flair for Chanel, presenting their Cameila jewelry collection, is set into an artistic moving image.
Silja Magg is a photographer from Iceland based out of New York. She was chosen 2012 PDN 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch.
Her work has been published in magazines like: Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ Magazine, Harpers Bazaar, Marie Claire, Elle, Glamour, Allure, WWD to name a few
Silja has shot for clients like: French Connection, Barneys, Bloomingdales, Moda Operandi, Aerin, Moncrief London, Botkier
We have always enjoyed working with one of the best local value fashion brands in the region, REDTAG. From the launch of Cyrine Abdelnour to Myriam Fares's debut with the brand, we have been thoroughly involved with every step. Our last film "The Code" is a continuation from"It's your Show" commercial we did with Cyrine Abdelnour. Both TVC's shot in Beirut really tells us that local brands are brave and they think modern as the times change every minute.
We really love this new commercial and we hope you will love it equally.
Wonderful Yasmine Sabri beauty story with Toni Malt for Harper's Bazaar Cover, shot in Dubai.
Marcus Askelöf, Fashion photographer based in Sweden is now part of the list at TBP. Marcus's work truly defines modern techniques, specially in his menswear work. His minimal aesthetic adds a new dimension to Things By People's artist list.
Adidas, C-Store, Clas Ohlsson, MLTV Clothing, NATTEN Sthlm, Omni Mag, Revs Magazine, Schott NYC, The Pink Prince Magazine are some of the brands that he is been shooting for.
Inspired by music, street culture, high fashion, and quaint dutch painters with their sensitive eye for detail, he enjoys storytelling through both his stills and moving images. If one could create the perfect illusion, would it then be accepted as part of what we call reality?