"Because who is perfect" Pro Infirmis Director Alain Gsponer
This initiative displays disabled mannequins for astonished passers-by at the Zurich Bahnhofstrasse.Between immaculate dolls are also people with scoliosis or brittle bone disease modelling for the latest fashion.Some have shortened limbs, the other a deformed spine. The motto is "Who is perfect?Come closer." And encourages us to reflect on the acceptance of people with disabilities. The film captures the process from when the models first come in, to the finished display. When video comes together in one unity of humanity, creativity and bravery - I like it. www.proinfirmis.ch
Miss Matahari / Sportswear video 2013 This was a fabulous project with lots of strong energy and focus - what a day! We were literally blown away by the weather, but by the time darkness fell and we were back on the seafront, it was all calm and clear. The horse is one of the most expensive horses in the country - and very suitably called Princess. Our Parkour lady came up from Paris to do her breathtaking jumps on the stormy groins.
I loved the format of this promotional video - working in a cinematic trailer style really works for this. www.missmatahari.com
Brothers among Wera "Walz" Live, Ivar Lo´s Park, Stockholm Filmed by Anton Näslund, Sandro Arcos Famme Today I´m blogging a little bit of history and a little bit of future. You see, this little girl was one of my first jobs when I moved away from home. Her name was Wera, and still is. She had a very special voice already back then, when I was changing her nappies and trying to feed her greens. She had a voice of a singer, I was convinced. Maybe soul, jazz, something special. And now to the future. Because I think you´re able to get a glimpse of something that will be very big in the future, right here. Either way, brothers or sisters among Wera are very lucky to be here, because her voice is still very special and a singer she is! http://www.brothersamongwera.com
Sunset in Brighton 15th Sept 2013 There was nothing special by the sea when I got down there, but I wanted to do a time lapse, so I set up anyway. I thought I´d capture the pier as it got darker and the lights went on, but I turned around and saw a streak of sun behind me. I set the camera to cover the West pier as well as the street lights, and let the camera click away. After a while, a blood red sun reappeared over the horizon and the sky just exploded like from a fire bomb. Most people didn´t even see it, it was so unexpected and lasted only a short while. I was so lucky to capture it.