• Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Pan Reposed

An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.

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    Pan Reposed

    An artist collaboration between myself Christopher Kelly and Jennifer Pattison, Featuring Simon Costin as Pan in his home 

    A figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.

    This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.

    Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.

  • Pan ReposedA figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Words and PhotographyJennifer Pattison

Pan ReposedA figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Words and PhotographyJennifer Pattison

Pan ReposedA figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.
This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.
Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.
Words and PhotographyJennifer Pattison

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    Pan ReposedA figure sits in the gloaming. Simon Costin as Pan is motionless, wearing his weighty tapestry coat adorned with shiny horn buttons. His shoe gapes across his shrunken left hoof, his horns have withered away. The air is warm and full of dust. Pan contemplates his youthful former self, remembering roaming barefoot in the hot wilderness, frightening sheep and spreading panic across the mountains. Thousands of years have passed as he waits patiently for his portrait to be taken.

    This series of images is the result of a collaboration between myself, Simon Costin [Artistic Director and Director of The Museum of British Folklore], Christopher Kelly and make-up artist Natalie Sharp. Simon Costin commissioned Christopher Kelly to design a costume, inspired by the god Pan from Greek Mythology, for him to wear whilst taking part in the annual spring festival Jack in the Green, Hastings.

    Pan was re-imagined as an eternal recluse about to turn to stone. Photographed against the museum-like interior of his home, this was a rare occasion for Simon Costin to feature as part of the creation, rather than a force behind it. One of the portraits from this series has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society International Print Competition 157.

    Words and Photography
    Jennifer Pattison

  • the Ancient Ship of Fools
my love of tattoos, Baroque, Duncan X and medieval stories displayed here as a map of the British Isles. For Paintopia - the Face and Body painting festival. included are works in progress and research.  
Model - Chris Bauer the Ancient Ship of Fools
my love of tattoos, Baroque, Duncan X and medieval stories displayed here as a map of the British Isles. For Paintopia - the Face and Body painting festival. included are works in progress and research.  
Model - Chris Bauer the Ancient Ship of Fools
my love of tattoos, Baroque, Duncan X and medieval stories displayed here as a map of the British Isles. For Paintopia - the Face and Body painting festival. included are works in progress and research.  
Model - Chris Bauer the Ancient Ship of Fools
my love of tattoos, Baroque, Duncan X and medieval stories displayed here as a map of the British Isles. For Paintopia - the Face and Body painting festival. included are works in progress and research.  
Model - Chris Bauer the Ancient Ship of Fools
my love of tattoos, Baroque, Duncan X and medieval stories displayed here as a map of the British Isles. For Paintopia - the Face and Body painting festival. included are works in progress and research.  
Model - Chris Bauer the Ancient Ship of Fools
my love of tattoos, Baroque, Duncan X and medieval stories displayed here as a map of the British Isles. For Paintopia - the Face and Body painting festival. included are works in progress and research.  
Model - Chris Bauer the Ancient Ship of Fools
my love of tattoos, Baroque, Duncan X and medieval stories displayed here as a map of the British Isles. For Paintopia - the Face and Body painting festival. included are works in progress and research.  
Model - Chris Bauer

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    the Ancient Ship of Fools

    my love of tattoos, Baroque, Duncan X and medieval stories displayed here as a map of the British Isles. For Paintopia - the Face and Body painting festival. included are works in progress and research.  

    Model - Chris Bauer

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    Music video Monte Carlo Fire

    Director: Simone Pellegrini

    Ass Dir: Viviana berti

    Edit: Giorgio Gremigni

    Dop: Simone Pellegrini

    Lighting: Viviana Berti

    MakeUp: Natalie Sharp

    Cast: Elina Alminas Darragh Kelliher Liam Haynes Montecarlo Fire,

  • Under the Influence Magazine
Article by me on the theme of ‘Power’
Photography by Jon Baker
thanks to Nazanin @Subject 
Hair by Anthony Dunn @ Tommy Guns Shoreditch

    press,

    Under the Influence Magazine

    Article by me on the theme of ‘Power’

    Photography by Jon Baker

    thanks to Nazanin @Subject 

    Hair by Anthony Dunn @ Tommy Guns Shoreditch

  • maskoff:

Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaperetti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia
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Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaperetti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia
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Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaperetti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia
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Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaperetti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia
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Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaperetti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia
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Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaperetti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia
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Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaperetti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia

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    Music video Stills

    stills shot by vivianaperetti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia

  • Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaberti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaberti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaberti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaberti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaberti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaberti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia Music video Stills
stills shot by vivianaberti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia

    makeup,

    Music video Stills

    stills shot by vivianaberti hair and makeup by myself and patrycja grimm with maxine anastasia

  • record store day
my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here  record store day
my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here  record store day
my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here  record store day
my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here  record store day
my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here  record store day
my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here  record store day
my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here  record store day
my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here  record store day
my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here 

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    record store day

    my face vinyl homage to record store day caused quite a stir. the response has been overwhelming. after the Quietus published these they went viral! read more about it here 

  • RECORD STORE DAY FACE GOES VIRAL
After the Quietus and Never enough notes posted my faces to celebrate record store day they caused a huge online buzz. with Dangerous Minds picking it up clocking 3k likes alone now being shared countless times over twitter and amongst the bands themselves including Peter Hook of New Order and Ed Roste of Grizzly bear. The Faces have been so well received my plan is to do even more and release on postcard or in book form RECORD STORE DAY FACE GOES VIRAL
After the Quietus and Never enough notes posted my faces to celebrate record store day they caused a huge online buzz. with Dangerous Minds picking it up clocking 3k likes alone now being shared countless times over twitter and amongst the bands themselves including Peter Hook of New Order and Ed Roste of Grizzly bear. The Faces have been so well received my plan is to do even more and release on postcard or in book form RECORD STORE DAY FACE GOES VIRAL
After the Quietus and Never enough notes posted my faces to celebrate record store day they caused a huge online buzz. with Dangerous Minds picking it up clocking 3k likes alone now being shared countless times over twitter and amongst the bands themselves including Peter Hook of New Order and Ed Roste of Grizzly bear. The Faces have been so well received my plan is to do even more and release on postcard or in book form RECORD STORE DAY FACE GOES VIRAL
After the Quietus and Never enough notes posted my faces to celebrate record store day they caused a huge online buzz. with Dangerous Minds picking it up clocking 3k likes alone now being shared countless times over twitter and amongst the bands themselves including Peter Hook of New Order and Ed Roste of Grizzly bear. The Faces have been so well received my plan is to do even more and release on postcard or in book form

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    RECORD STORE DAY FACE GOES VIRAL

    After the Quietus and Never enough notes posted my faces to celebrate record store day they caused a huge online buzz. with Dangerous Minds picking it up clocking 3k likes alone now being shared countless times over twitter and amongst the bands themselves including Peter Hook of New Order and Ed Roste of Grizzly bear. The Faces have been so well received my plan is to do even more and release on postcard or in book form

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  • Bump painting
for Spungold Tv based on the nursery interior

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    Bump painting

    for Spungold Tv based on the nursery interior

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    Bijoux Boy

    Lone Taxidermist Music Video

    The Lone Taxidermist presents a world manifested from surreal imagery and a dazzling Boy she has dreamed up. His beauty is transient, like that of Dorian Gray. He is nothing more than her own glittering fantasy. As the music groans and bellows the Lone Taxidermist rises and falls over the glittering jewel, wooing him, her medusa like movements are erratic yet enticing. Ultimately her dreams escape her as she ends up crushing her own fantasy. 
    Natalie worked with a strong creative team to devise the unique surreal imagery of the video.
    working alongside co director Umut Gunduz, associate producer Christopher Kelly, Cinematographer Laura Bellingham, editor Tom Werber and inspirational model Leo Cohen.
    The concept was to create a film for music, rather than a video. Natalie Sharp the Creator of the film took reference from Rene Magritte, Maya Deren and combined surrealism with her unique interpretation of beauty.

  • Typewriter Body
Model - Kathryn Robbins
taken from Mary Katrantzous typewriter dress Typewriter Body
Model - Kathryn Robbins
taken from Mary Katrantzous typewriter dress Typewriter Body
Model - Kathryn Robbins
taken from Mary Katrantzous typewriter dress Typewriter Body
Model - Kathryn Robbins
taken from Mary Katrantzous typewriter dress

    Typewriter Body

    Model - Kathryn Robbins

    taken from Mary Katrantzous typewriter dress

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  • Deja Fate indestructable
UV body paint for music video Deja Fate indestructable
UV body paint for music video Deja Fate indestructable
UV body paint for music video Deja Fate indestructable
UV body paint for music video

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    UV body paint for music video

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    SLAG

    Groundhog day takes an unfamiliar turn on three psychedelic joggers, before they start their nine till five with the ritual jog down Regents Canal, our Joggers run into a new world with an explosion of colour, becoming immersed in a dream like cartoon set of situations, along the Regents Canal. Things aren’t quite as they seem. A day like no other. Natalie’s vision was inspired by the vibrant backdrop of Regents Canal and became the starting point of a song that looks at the day to day lives of the commuters on their way to work through a Kaleidoscopic lens.

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    Directed & Produced by Natalie Sharp
    Director of Photography: Laura Bellingham
    Production Designer: Christopher Kelly
    Editor: Dominic Friendly
    Manager: Deborah Coughlin
    Wardrobe: Jo Stobbs
    Seccond Camera: Susanne Willett
    Digital Media Consultancy: Christopher Pearson
    Stylist: Diego Diez Lomelin
    Art Department: Camille Gilbert-Trepanier & Diego Diez Lomelin
    Costume by Carly Hague
    Make Up Artists: Kathryn Robbins, Grace Lightman, Nyssa Addison
    Gaffer: Garry Sonic
    Audio: William Huckerby

    STARRING: (in order of appearance)
    Natalie Sharp
    Jo Stobbs
    Gemma Wheelan
    Laura Williamson
    Alex Montague
    Jack Carr
    Alejandra Bano
    Hjordis Moon Badford

    With Special thanks to:
    Sweet Toof
    Carly Hague
    Park Studios
    Tobin Jones
    Anne Shenton
    Benje Edwards
    Phil Winter
    John Doran
    Brierley Thorpe
    David Byrne
    Mark whatshisface that lent us the lights
    Logan the Dog

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