BISON's homage to the original Serpentine dance which was first captured by the Lumière Brothers circa 1899, launched this week on Channel 4's Random Acts and featured as part of Dazed & Confused: Exhibit A here we see a gorgeous re-interpretation of the dance using modern techniques and camerawork, the piece also features original music by GAPS.
See film here.
Our friends at It's Nice That, invited Us (well Luke took the podium while Chris stayed shouting things from the seats) to their Nicer Tuesday's creative forum, joined by an illustrious group of fellow guest speakers; Designer Ben Drury, Photographer Dan Wilton and Musician Micachu. Us presented a detailed breakdown of the creative process, trials, tribulations and end result of their Wiley - Numbers in Action and Benga - I Will Never Change videos. See Full article over at It's Nice That. http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/nicer-tuesdays-music-write-up
Huge congratulations to the BISON guys, Owen + Dave, for their Win of Best Alternative Video for London Grammar at this year's MVA's also to Nabil + Aubrey Woodiwiss for the best grade on Foals and to our very own Liz Kessler on her win for Best Producer!!! Well deserved all round.
Congrats also to all our friends, colleagues and counterparts for their wins and nominations throughout the night.
It is with great pleasure that we welcome Jon Jon Augustavo to the A+ roster, a relative newcomer to the industry, in the relatively short time he's been directing he's already secured three MTV Video Music Awards for; Best Hop-Hip Video and Cinematography for Macklemore's "Can' Hold Us," & Best Video With a Social Message for "Same Love respectively. His standout video "Thrift Shop," has reached nearly 500 Million views in one year. He also won the 2013 Much Music Award for Best International Video for "Thrift Shop." In his free time he shoots medium range jumpshots, eats soy chorizo and reads Kafka. See more work up on his site jonaug.com - He is represented by A+ and Alexa Haywood at Freeagent in the UK.