On a rainy night in a carpark in Auckland, a team of passionate individuals came together to create ‘The Art of Performance’. It was a collaboration between photographer/director Jeff Wood, artist Otis Frizzell, racing legend Greg Murphy, Jaguar New Zealand and their advertising agency Chemistry. The goal was to capture the live artistic collaboration using long exposure photography, resulting in a stunning piece of photography gifted to new I-Pace owners. A hero TVC as well as a BTS edit produced by Fish’n’Clips (shown below), documents the extraordinary challenge.
Originally from Cape Town, Saskia has lived and worked across the globe exploring her love of all things photographic. This includes graduating from the prestigious Brooks Institute of Photography and assisting industry legends Mary Ellen Mark, Nan Goldin & Kenneth Willard in New York.
Growing up in the hospitality industry with a well-known chef and food writer father, Alex became fascinated in the way our lives often revolve around food and it’s preparation.
In support of International Women’s Day, five of our artists created bespoke artworks as part of an arresting campaign by The Monkeys and United Nations Women Australia called #WhenWillSheBeRight. At present global gender equality is still 100 years away. Together, we can make it right in 10.