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.
An epic three week assignment in Papua New Guinea was a dream commission for photographer/director Nic Staveley. With a small support crew, he travelled through the highlands, lowlands and remote islands resulting in a stunning body of imagery for the client. Star Mountain Plaza is a new world class precinct in Port Moresby.
We are incredibly excited about the addition of Michael Lewis to our fold. Recently emigrated from South Africa with a wealth of advertising experience, he brings a new level of concept driven, high end story telling expertise to our markets. Michael offers an unbeatable resource of talent and technique, along with a relaxed professional approach. Here are some of our favourite images.
Photographer and multi-media artist Joseph Michael recently returned from the ultimate adventure. Leading a creative team to Antarctica, protected from the elements by Musto Clothing, their mission was to collect the necessary imagery to create 360 degree immersive experiences on their return. (more…)
Photographer and moving image specialist Lewis Mulatero has been busy shooting for the $100 million redesign Air New Zealand is putting into their Koru lounge network. Commissioned to create a series of still and moving image touchpoints, Lewis’ meticulous eye for detail has created exquisite visual elements designed to enhance the ambience of each lounge.
We welcome an exciting new addition to the fold, environmental and time-lapse photographer Joseph Michael.
Joseph’s widely known for his recent exhibition ‘Dark Cloud White Light‘, which involved him filming 3D time-lapses of New Zealand landscapes. The project saw him braving the elements for periods of 24 hours or more to create an experience of audio and visual splendour. His recent TEDx speech gives you a taste of his journey unveiling the hidden wonders of the New Zealand landscape.