Julie’s new exhibition “Your Fly is Open” opens this Saturday, the 25th of May, at Stedelijk Museum s-Hertogenbosch and it’s going to be pretty rad. We also have a film trilogy there, projected upon 3 peripheral walls, which is super exciting too!
Here’s some more info- and I will be posting more on this soon. Thank you Julie! And thank you Hannah, Gisele, Matty, Michelle and Serena.
As I had written earlier in the blog, in the beginnings of March, I was in London working on a very exciting project with Julie Verhoeven for Stedelijk Museum ’s- Hertogenbosch. In May, when Julie’s exhibition opens there, I will be able to share with you the final outcomes of our latest collaboration, but for now, I am posting here a selection of photographs I made while working with her in her colourful studio in South London. This is our process, the preparation and excitement that we put in- it’s the rainbows inside this room, her imaginary details, the references, roots and blossoms of her vision.
SHOWstudio has published the uncut footage of the Velvet shoot for Roger Dubuis, featuring Daphne Guinness. As I had posted in the blog earlier this winter, I had done the editing of the fashion film that showcases the process and in order to prepare that one, I had also polished this one. It’s 9 hours long and I guess it applies more to the demand of dedicated photographers and creatives alike, but I find it really interesting to see the whole shoot revealed. Sometimes it can be pure magic.
I will be in London for the next ten days, working on a very exciting project with the wonderful Julie Verhoeven for the Stedelijk Museum in the Netherlands. I hope I will soon be able to share more of the process here, but in the meantime, here is a picture of New York at night, as we were taking off to reach the other side of the Atlantic.