Thoughts on the work

Human bodies in movement… expressive faces… that’s my thing.

I absolutely love good movement. I’m entranced by it. 

But… bodies in motion are just part of the equation , it’s the expressive nature of faces that really complete the story.

It’s fair to say that I’m a little obsessed with the subtle nuances of body attitudes, gestures, and expressions.

I’m in my element composing a powerful, graphic still image as a photographer, or capturing and assembling kinetic sequences in motion as a director.

Locations… I’m into that too. Hunting for the perfect spot, and looking for the exact compositional angle for maximum impact, is also my thing.

For me, a casting or an audition is like being a kid in a candy store, there is nothing better than finding just the right talent. 

Ok, I love good lighting too, that’s my thing too.

Nothing else really, that’s all I do well.

But don’t just take my word for it, hopefully all this comes through when you look at my work.

 

Work Background

Directed broadcast commercials for Sleep Number & Elie Tahari for Kohl’s. 

Directed internet video for Louis Vuitton, Tudor, Brian Atwood and Rachel Roy (which film “MOVE” won “Best Picture” at the 2011 La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival).

Photography Clients: Ogilvy/Coca Cola,  Renault, Puma, Van Cleef, Raymond Weil, Dihn Van, Kookai

Worked for a number of years in New York and subsequently Paris, I've recently returned back to Los Angeles, where I’m now based.

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