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Entries in brazilian dancer (2)


Brazil vs. Rock

A few weeks ago, I spent a long Saturday in a recording studio with Den, a group of film makers, a brazilian dancer, a drummer and a brand new camcorder for a corporate client.  I then wrote a blog post about how the experience inspired me design wise.

In the blog post I promised to show you the finished film, so here it is.  It's in very cool slow motion, absolutely necessary to showcase what this camcorder can do, over it's counterparts.

Enjoy and have a great weekend, I hope it's lots of fun.

VS - 1080p Film shot on Sony NEX FS700 from HANGMAN | F-STOP on Vimeo.

[Update - special thanks to Tina for this, if you want to see behind the scenes on how the film was shot, you can read and see it here.]


Chalk and Cheese and Glass

As I mentioned in Friday's post, we were in a studio in London on Saturday shooting a project for one of our corporate clients.  The story centred around a face-off between a heavy metal drummer and a brazilian dancer, one of them had to be the winner, prove their respective skill is most impressive and have more staying power than their opponent.  It was incredible seeing the light and shade in their performance and the juxtaposition.  With some fantastic lighting skills from my hubby and faultless directing from James Tonkin, it made for an incredible little film.  It's always interesting being on-set and although I've done this before, I've not experienced the process from start to finish.  So I played the chief-cook-and-bottle-washer come production assistant on the shoot, as well as helping our dancer and friend, Sara into her barely there costume.

The film is currently in post-production and once it's gone public, I'll share it with you.

Here's a couple of stills from the shoot, images of both Sara and Kobi.

Check out Sara's costume.  I have to say that I was a bit disappointed at first as I thought it would be a really colourful number but it did suit the style of the story.  Those intricate glass beads and silver sequins sparkled beautifully in the light as she moved her hips.  All dainty and beautiful with a bird-like poise compared to the grungy, down and dirty look of Kobi.


Image credit - Emma-Jane Richards

And being an interior design junkie, Sara's costume inspired me into thinking about glass embellishments for the home, the sort of items we can easily add to our interiors to make a big statement and add some delicate sparkle and sheer glamour.  Check out these latest bespoke lighting designs in glass by UK artists, a bit pricey I assume but you get the idea.

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It always amazes me how the possibilities are endless when creating things in glass.  Beautiful.