Yesterday I shot a fashion film that will be exhibited at our graduating-class exhibition in april, titled Moments Of Consequence. The fashion film will reflect the dark side of fast fashion and to thrive for a more sustainable future for the fashion industry. I had an amazing team with me, that did a fantastic job, and because of them - the results are amazing!
The film will have the same technique as in the film, The Four Elements, I made last fall. I’m about to start the editing process and I look forward to showing you the results in april!
Read about our exhibition Moments Of Consequence here, and on Facebook!
"Fashion By Norway" wrote a post about my film; The Four Elements! Check it out.
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A portrait of mine is exhibited on the new december issue of F-Stop Magazine, with the theme: Black & White photography. 400 black and white photographs from 172 photographers from all over the world!
Check it out -> www.fstopmagazine.com/groupexhibition
This semester I’ve been working on a personal project, where I take self-portraits, reflecting life with Fibromyalgia. One of many symptomes is heavy fatigue and exhaustion. On good days, the fatigue with fibromyalgia may be tolerable with daytime napping. However on bad days, when fibromyalgia symptoms flare, dealing with fatigue is quite difficult for both individuals with fibromyalgia and their loved ones. Even multiple rest throughout the day fail to provide releif from the chronic achiness, fatigue and exhaustion.
Another symptom to fibromyalgia is temperature changes and sensitivity to cold and heat - that is what this self-portrait is reflecting.
Simultaneously with the personal project, I’m working on another project for my fictional class. I make a fictional advertisement/campaign film for Nice Fashion - an organization for environmental-friendly production of fashion. I used the four elements - earth, fire, water and air to illustrate fashion and nature together with a woman’s body. Model: Mélodie Caumes.
I was inspired by Sølve Sundsbø’s work “Beauty in Wonderland” and “The Ever Changing Face of Beauty”.
Take a look at the result! -> https://vimeo.com/82383253