Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Polish Projects Post

A couple more commissioned work from Poland. First up is a recent campaign Jason shot with Publicis Warsaw for Sensomat. The creative team consisted of creative director Bartek Rams, senior art director Karolina Czarnota and senior copy writer Monika Kaminska. The post production was by The Operators.

Jason in matching colour with Mr Toad.

Next up is this still life Jason also shot with Publicis Warsaw for the pharmaceutical company Sanofi. The head of creative team was Joanna Bednarkiewicz, the art director was Alex Boucher and the copywriter was Julia Wojcik.

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Monday, 6 June 2011

Drum roll please...

As mentioned, the opening night of Jason's exhibition Familiar and Distant in aid of Japan Tsunami Appeal was a huge success. We sold 52 charity prints and raised £2,159.06 ($3,535.92 USD)!
This is all thanks to those that supported us by coming to the show, buying the prints and making donations to the appeal. We are grateful to our sponsors; theprintspace, Canon, Japan Centre, Isake and Tazaki Foods. Special thanks also goes to James Clay specialist beer distributor who generously supplied Menabrea and Brooklyn Lager beers for the opening. Last but not least, a big thank you goes to many of our friends who were generous with their time and effort in helping us with the exhibition. We truly could not have done it without you! 

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Friday, 3 June 2011

FrancFranc Summer 2011 Campaign

Back in March, we were in Tokyo to shoot the Summer 2011 campaign for FrancFranc, the Japanese interiors retailer. We collaborated with London's Winkreative, who art directed the campaign, together with the creative team from FrancFranc in Tokyo and the super stylist Miss Tomomi Nagayama.

Here are a few images from the finished campaign.

The shoot went a bit like this...


The amazing team behind the shoot. So organised and so focused!

We got to enjoy Tokyo too... until the terrible earthquake hit Japan on the 11th...

Jason fitting in with the locals.

 We arrived at Heathrow and was welcomed by this.

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