I’ve been creating videos for Windle and Moodie with editorial stylist Neil Moodie for the WAM youtube channel for many years now. Neil and I create videos to show how to create the looks that he’s created for various designers for New York fashion week. The above video is for Ruffian SS13. For more videos please look to the Windle and Moodie website or youtube channel.
This week The Drowners has been added to the BFI National Archive and will be accessible through the mediatheques in London, Derby, Cambridge, Wrexham and Newcastle.
“Established in 1935, the BFI National Archive preserves one of the largest and most significant moving image collections in the world.
The collections are of national and international importance as a record of the history and culture of filmmaking and television production, and as a record of the contemporary life of the UK from the late 19th century to the present.
They are an unparalleled resource for researchers, students, filmmakers and television producers, historians and any interested member of the public.”
Probably pick of this little coven is Catherine Taylor’s Temptation, a female-skewing, London-set story of a ladette (Caroline Haines) saved from a rapist minicab driver by a glam, moody vampire (Rachel Waters). It has more lipgloss lesbian fang-flashers, but offers a reasonable blend of chills and charm”. (Kim Newman, Empire Magazine, January 2011)
Temptation won “Best British Horror 2010″ at the Gorezone Film Awards last Saturday! We were presented with the award by Emily Booth, in a ceremony attended by many horror stars including Doug Bradley (Hellraiser).
The three films made in collaboration with shoemaker Terry De Havilland and the chandelier maker Emerald Faerie will premiere at the Victoria and Albert Museum on the 24th of September 2010 as part of the London Design Festival’s Two’s A Pair event.
The films feature Esme Bianco, First Artiste at the Royal Ballet; Pietra Marie de Mello Pittman, Dam Van Huynh of Van Huynh Dance Company and Marilyn and Cecilia of Kink Ink.