by Mimmie Malaba
Elizabeth An'Marie Collection
by Bryony Coles
Art director and photographer Bryony Coles, recently initiated a dynamic collaboration with black owned business, Elizabeth An’Marie. In this shoot Bryony along with an all female team, take us back to the 70’s through an enthralling use of colour, red being the predominate hue, and nostalgic props dotted throughout the images.
Bryony shares how much she enjoys working with small business, so this coupled with the aesthetic of the brand prompted Bryony to reach out to Shelby, the owner or ‘Elizabeth An’Marie’.
With the support of the on set crew, using her experience and applying knowledge as an Art Director, Bryony was able to orchestrate every detail of the shoot as she envisioned.
The Righteous One' by Sun Mahshene - Music Video
by Ste Murray
Dublin's native Ste Murray, recently made his directorial debut for Sun Mahshene’s latest release ‘The Righteous One’.
Combining his experience of 10 years from photography and acting, Ste took on the challenge of directing the music video despite the hardships faced with what Ste describes as "a very low budget." In between lockdowns, Ste successfully and skilfully materialised his vision for the shoot. Throughout the video we see a storyline filled with emotion, creatively accompanied by the intriguing use of perspective, various textures and tones.
In the video you might spot some Hitchcock and Kubrick references, as well as recognising the lead actress Annie Ryan from the classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Talk Your Sh*t: A Conversation
Despite the air of mystery around his whereabouts, Findjordy's work lets us know loud and clear that there’s no mystery when it comes to his talent and artistry. He is a Photo Designer, combining photography, video, graphics and directing to produce unique content.
FindJordy showcases this ability on his website and in his conversation series called ‘Talk your sh*t’ on YouTube. The series focuses on upcoming Irish creatives, capturing the viewers attention with both the content of the conversation, and by giving visuals in an unparalleled way.
Interviewee: Farouk, Director: FindJordy
by Trophy Wife
by Ciara Kirwan