- SNAP!Technically speaking it's nothing particularly new, I coupled a GoPro camera with my RICOH GR II, my SIGMA DP1s or any of the other cameras of my growing family... The idea is showing you what grabs my attention on the street (or anywhere really), what my framing process and the final result are - after I processed the files in Lightroom (or not - given the direct positive filter on the GR II is just amazing).
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Photography ExpertBrowns Fashion
Porto, PortugalFull Time
- support the Art Director and Studio's Manager to interpret the Browns Creative Vision to develop photography and product styling guidelines (used by the studio team in shooting all still life and flat photography) - test new initiatives and direct a team of photographers to deliver on brief; - work with the Art Director and Studio's Manager to create a training plan for the still life photography team and prepare them to adapt to new techniques and test lighting improvements aiming for a unified look across categories with the ability to shoot and retouch fine jewellery and watches to the highest standards; - motivate the Product Photography team to be experimental on the product detail shots, encouraging them to respect each product's unique selling points.
London, United KingdomFreelance
I have been collaborating with Fabric London on a regular basis for more than 4 years capturing creative still life images for online and print ads, cover images for Fabric's own record label Houndstooth, capturing and editing promo videos and in 2017 I started my residency as night-life photographer, documenting the most iconic moments in stills and videos. In 2019 I shot a series of portraits for Fabric's new intake of residents. Many of my pictures have been included in publications about Fabric's iconic visual communication and published in magazines such as DJMag and Mixmag and all across Fabric's social media channels and website.
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- Art Direction
- Art Photography
- Commercial Photography
- Digital Imaging
- Picture Editing
BAUniversità degli studi di Udine
- Gorizia, Italy
Graduates of the degree course in Performing Arts can work in the arts and cultural sector (public and private), in any of the different stages of the artistic-production process, from the conception of the product to its creation and/or promotion. The professional profile of graduates of this course offer specialized and multiple employment opportunities in public and private institutions that are involved in the conservation, projecting, production, promotion and communication of audio-visual material (film archives, radio and television stations, motion picture production companies, multimedia production companies, home-video production, etc.); in festivals (printed media and online, etc.); in libraries, in cataloging centers and public and private archives; in theaters (providing guides to music and theater exhibitions); in press offices, in editorial offices of journals or radio and television programs; in museum institutions for setting up and staging exhibitions and cultural events; in production and post-production studios in the record industry and in new media. Performing Arts graduates can also expect to find employment in education, once they have completed the teacher training process and passed the examinations established by existing regulations.