"I always tell my daughters to work with their head, so they don’t have to work with their back."
"Which did you do?"
"What does it look like to you?"
These time-lapse, lettering photographs were shot by Michael Bosanko in the Brecon Beacons National Park, South Wales.
Art directed by Chris Baldwin, he said “We were down on the beach at Llantwit Major [a small coastal town], it was freezing - not to mention we had to avoid doggers, drug dealers and raves going on.”
These hard-won photos were then used in an advertising campaign for US medical device company.
Final Major Project | Domestic Living | Private Lives | After Baz Luhrmann's “Everybody's Free To Wear Sunscreen” song came on to my iPod and the lyric of "Get to know your parents, you never know when they’ll be gone for good." got me thinking. For myself, I’ve known my parents all my life, but I hardly get to hear stories of them before I was born. Leading to my concept.
Taking an outsiders perspective, I will conduct 3 interviews - Dad, Mum & Sister - in which I will discuss the 10 key moments of their life so far. The interviews will all be the same length and be filmed in a well light room with a white backdrop.
For each of the interviewees, I will create a 10 imaged photo book (1 image for each event, over 2 pages) and will also use text over the images - quotes from the video. These books will be titled "Man", "Woman", and "Child" and use slightly zoomed, blurred and distorted images; to make the stories seem more relative to the audience.
As well as the 3 books, I was influenced by Ryuta Iida, in which she filmed a person for 6 minutes and used the stills to create a distorted image. This gave me the idea to use the film and to create it into stills to create similar works.