One of the things I enjoy most is coming up with concepts/looks for new shows. In this particular case we branded our own version of a video Profile for Thrashlabs, putting a spotlight on relatively unknown artists and digging into their craft and mission.
This video series was created for PETA, to promote alternatives textiles instead of using animal products for fashion.
Highlighting the revolution in vegan leather footwear and reminding us how the new model helps to rectify disastrous effects of the leather industry, Stephanie Nicora, owner and founder of Nicora Johns, gives PETA an unprecedented insider’s look at her process creating only 100 percent cruelty-free, eco-friendly, and fair-wage handmade shoes made of all-recycled materials in the company’s Los Angeles factory.
Being made with vegan wool means being of high-tech, eco-friendly, cruelty-free construction—a model set to take over the fashion industry. Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart of VAUTE introduces PETA to her chic wool-free coats and chunky knit sweaters, which encourage positive change by taking animals out of the fashion equation and allow us to look and feel that much better getting dressed in the morning.
The most interesting part of fashion week to me has always been the behind the scenes, the hours of prep that go into a 3 minute show. This behind the scenes video gives a preview of some of Anna Sui’s new products and the models that love them.
Shot in 2006 this Feature films tells the story of a group of individuals living in rural Tanzania living with HIV, and the stigma they have to over come, as well as the Beautiful way they have come together to support each other.
Marco Regil has been a very outspoken Vegan for many years. This collaboration with PETA was intended to show the latino community how easy it is to make good vegan food, just by substituting a couple ingredients.
I met Cre8’s Founder many years ago in Berlin and when he told me about the Foundation he was starting I knew I had to be apart of it.
We’ve done a few projects together, from having kids draw realistic aliens, teaching Photography, and this fun collaborative project DAS.