Giles’ recent film for the Department of Transport, “Country Roads,” is being featured on Little Black Book. The two films feature a revolutionary use of light scanning technology to capture an immersive and unique view of the dangers that lie around the bend on country roads.
Giles recently co-directed a film, “Transparent,” in partnership with AMV BBDO and the Department of Transport for their THINK! campaign. The 40 second PSA uses 3D scanning technology to highlight the dangers of driving on rural roads. The work was also featured on Creative Review’s “Six New Ads to Watch.”
Kyle recently teamed up with the Ad Council to shoot ads for Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity. Their mission is to feed America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage in a countrywide fight to end hunger.
Power of the Image exhibition, China’s first International photograph event, is up now at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The exhibition features more than 200 images by 20 International professional photographers. Frédéric’s work is featured alongside photographers including Steve McCurry, Nadav Kander, Pep Bonnet, Lauren Greenfield Sanders, Art Streiber, and Matthew Jordan Smith.
Martin recently donated a 20″ x 24″ print from his project on the Hadza Tribe of Tanzania for an auction to support the Mama Hope foundation. The non-profit organization brings clean water, education, and health care to communities in need throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.. The print, a closeup portrait of a young girl named Nija, is currently on bid until today, Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014 3:00 PM EST.
An ad spot for UK charity, Breast Cancer Cares, directed by Julia Fullerton-Batten was chosen as a winner in the first International Motion Art Awards. ‘The spot, which features a nude woman with a mastectomy scar standing behind a veil of medication, shows that same kind of conceptual boldness that marks her still work.’
Braschler/Fischer have been traveling this month; after being back in Zurich for just 2 days, they flew to Uganda. Working with the Red Cross, the photographers captured images of refugees from the Congo in the southern Ugandan border city of Kisoro. They worked with the refugees to collect not only their images but stories of an unthinkable, seemingly never ending, civil war.
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Braschler/Fischer shot a series of portraits of gifted Art Brut (Outsider Art) artists at the “Art / Brut Center Gugging,” a museum in Vienna, earlier last month. The museum, founded in the clinic of psychiatrist Maria Gugging, now houses a number of mentally challenged, though exceptional, Art Brut artists. These artists live and craft their work in the facility and show in the adjacent galleries alongside other contemporary artists.
Braschler/Fischer’s work will be exhibited at the center in March 2013, the below portraits will be included in show.
Martin recently donated his time to shoot Close Up portraits of New York City foster kids in alliance with the non-profit organization Heart Gallery NYC. The images were collected into a television spot that was recently showing in Times Square and the Penn Station Rotunda to help raise awareness of the thousands of children in New York who need and deserve permanent homes.
The Heart Gallery was founded in New Mexico in 2001 by the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department. National media attention generated because of the project’s success resulted in a virtual explosion of Heart Gallery groups across America, where over 100,000 foster children are waiting to be adopted. Today there are nearly 100 Heart Galleries throughout the United States.
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