I've been working for the CFDA awards since 2011, at first as content designer and technical director, and then as content coordinator between the different agencies creating imagery for the event.
Creative direction for Camper press presentation. Fabrication by Basia Groholski and Nathan Shepard
Projection design - Experiential design - Lighting design with Work-Order for NY Times Newfront 2015
Working with AV&C, I helped design a 12 camera rig to capture bullet time style Jumpcam videos that were shareable on social media platforms
I also managed other software and design aspects of the project, including a hacked copy machine and a mugshot capture setup
iMad, Madame Figaro's digital imprint, asked me to create to 30 second film about how I envision fashion shows will take place in 2050
Working with Empire Entertainment, I designed a series of animations that played on three large LED screens in the main Keynote area. I also designed a live photo booth application with live code overlay, welcoming guests into the event space (with hardware and software provided by Volvoxlabs).
Multi channel display in the window of Helmut Lang Mercer Street. Film direction and window display screen integration and installation
Creative direction for the Menswear S/S 2015 show
Some images from the Traveling Lady performance, directed by Jessica Mitrani and performed by Rossy de Palma.
A thorough description can be found here.
The show was first presented at FIAF in NYC
Content creation/Backend show control/Mapping/VFX
Mexico is a music video I directed in collaboration with Karlsson Wilker. The record cover (hairy dude) was an outtake from the video.
Collaboration with my friends from 3as4, a study on the Octagon.
The Concrete Castle was an utopian project. It's premise was to imagine a perfect house, made of concrete in the most Brutalist style, in which an unhappy couple tries to create rules for a different world.
The participants were
In between 2000 and 2005 I collaborated with Diane Pernet to create a series of videos exploring the creative and professional aspects of the fashion industry. Some of them were portraits of designers (we called them "Chapels"), others were long form explorations of NY/London/Milan/Paris Fashion weeks (we called those "Fashioned Out!"), others were the same thing in bite-size one minute chunks ("Easy Pieces"). Finally there were the documentaries about the Hyeres Festival, which we did for 3 or 4 years in row,
Diane would usually interview people, and we would sit together and edit for long hours. I would handle all the visuals, graphics, fx etc...And when things needed to be a bit more staged, I would also direct.
In a sense these videos are a great testimony of what Fashion was like in that time.
Produced in Paris, circa 2004
Shot and edited in 2005 for Japanese concept store AndA, this was a video postcard, packaged as a DVD. Stamp and send to someone you love.