The new outdoor campaign for Virgin America can be seen in New York, LA and San Francisco. Keep and eye out for it.
Style & Production: Cynthia Broderson
Millinery designer: Tricia Rousch/ House of Nines
Fashion: Maggie Norris Couture
Jewelry: Estyn Hulbert
Hair & Make Up: Jerry Lopez
So happy I was able to help make the artwork for Marks Eitzel's amazing new album Hey Mister Ferryman.
Initial costume design sketches for the upcoming Tiger Lillies show, Poe: Imp of the Perverse.
That has to be the tallest digital billboard I've ever done!
"The humble but effective set must also be mentioned. Gone are the days of the roll-of-wallpaper backgrounds dropping from the ceiling behind the actors to set the scene on stage. River Bride perfected the use of projections on a white curtain, curved in a convex semicircle, so as a fishing boat drifted down the Amazon, the night sky floated with it. The minimalistic, yet functional stage gave the impression of simple, practical living, leaving ample room on the stage and in one’s mind for the unfolding drama."
Always fun to see the ads out in the wild.
Portraits of the worlds leading financial planners and accountants for the CFA institute.
THE RIVER BRIDE: A SECRET THE RIVER WON’T GIVE UP
Helena is dreading her sister’s wedding. The groom, Duarte, should have been hers. And she knows that her sister, Belmira, only wants to escape their quiet Brazilian town for an exciting new life in the city. But three days before the wedding, fishermen pull a mysterious stranger out of the river—a man with no past who offers both sisters an alluring, possibly dangerous future. In this world premiere, Amazon folklore and lyric storytelling blend into a heartrending tale of love, grudges, transformation . . . and the ever-present river, giving and taking away.
Working with Mekanism on this photo and video project with Playboy Playmate, Instagram and youtube star Amanda Cerny for Smith & Forge hard cider for their ads in the 2016 Sport Illustrated Swimsuit issue.
A new gallery showing ads in context...
"by some arresting projected visuals and the ingenious use of gauze. This creates a shadowy hinterland in which a silent dancer (Laura Caldow) flits like a bird in a cage, reinforcing the point that no matter where Lulu winds up, escape – from the clutches of predatory men and her own destiny – is impossible." http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/theatre/theatre-reviews/10628858/The-Tiger-Lillies-Lulu-Warwick-Arts-Centre-review.html
" director-designer Mark Holthusen's dazzling virtual sets. Computer visualisation doesn't get better than this: layer upon layer of projected environments shuffle and morph, and even the proscenium arch is a screen. One minute it's naturalistic, the next it hallucinates."
So what can audiences expect? " http://www.whatsonstage.com/london-theatre/reviews/lulu-a-murder-ballad-royal-opera-house_39200.html
"Lulu – a Murder Ballad provides an evening of blackly comic entertainment that ridicules the socially powerful and draws humour from the grotesque. The audience is implicated in a world that gives space for competing voices, opinions and attitudes – a world that questions our attitudes to art, culture and social rules."
"As the description “ballad” suggests, this telling doesn’t need to be dramatised. Nevertheless, it is staged; instead of a set, director Mark Holthusen provides projected images which tend to prettify the narrative, while Lulu, a silent role, is danced gracefully but with little definition by Laura Caldow. As ever, Lulu remains an enigma. "http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/music/lulu-a-murder-ballad-opera-review-sins-of-the-father-a3121651.html