Case Studies are our way of sharing the vision and work of the artists who use Direct Digital as well as providing an in-depth look at new products. Keep an eye on this space for interviews with artists, portfolio premieres, and product reviews, as well as timely tips and tricks.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Amelia Jacobsen who founded the production and location company Amelia & Co. and is often calling on our Manchester branch to ship shoot kit up to the Scottish Highlands for some big brands. Continue reading to find out more.
In September 2020, writer, director and filmmaker Reece Lipman with a cast and crew of 15 people descended on Worthing to shoot the Principle Photography for Ice Cream & Doughnuts, a poignant short romantic drama staring Jamael Westman and Anita-Joy Uwajeh.
In February 2020, Jean Monville went to Normandy to shoot his short film for a week with his team, Futur Production.
Based in London, he creates his own personal portrait photography series, with his Hanoi images winning a gold Prix de la Photographie Paris (Px3) award last year, as well as being nominated for the Sony World Photography Awards this year. Keep reading for more about Jon’s method to the art.
Having worked on a range of incredible adverts and music videos for the likes of Rolls Royce, Nike, Coldplay, and MNEK, his work is in the name.
Scott Eaton is an artist and photographer who simultaneously elevates and grounds his art with science. Having achieved his master’s degree from the MIT Media Lab, Scott supplemented this by studying academic drawing and sculpture in Florence, Italy.
We recently supported AOP award winner Gareth Williams on a project he did for Lucy Hardcastle Studio. Their installation for the London Design Festival, Kalostasis, was photographed and filmed by Gareth. Have a read below at how Gareth approaches his work and what’s next.
Dominic Hawgood is a visual artist who continues to expand upon his repertoire by experimenting with the mediums he uses to create his art and develop his style. We asked him a few questions about his style and what inspires him.
As a photographer, James Cannon creates natural modernism in his photos with compelling portraits and awesome landscapes. He manages to capture motion and emotion, appropriate as he has begun dabbling in motion capture.
Imogen Forte has an incredible way of capturing life as postcards in her photography – a look that is both nostalgic and modern. Playful in her use of colours, saturation, and texture, Imogen has channelled her style into some incredible projects.