Now Playing Tracks

Caleb And Bruno from felixdeon on Vimeo.

Felix has been collaborating with an Italian photographer lately, Bruno De La Rosa, who has been photographing handsome young men together with Felix in his San Francisco studio. The model is Caleb, a young street savy kid Felix met by the train station. Caleb originally from England, was collecting peoples extra train tickets to make extra money. Felix told Caleb to come to by the studio so Bruno could shoot him. This clip is from the first shots of the shoot.

late for meeting from dlew on Vimeo.

my summer vacation
directed by David Lewandowski

Music is “The Mexican Cactus” by Jean-Jacques Perrey (licensed from UMPG)

electronic press kit available on request @badmocap
Original grocery store music available here;

youtube link available here;

Sound designer and original grocery store music composer; Jamie Vance
on-set vfx assistant; William Mendoza
fluids artist; Josh Johnson
colorist; christian sprenger

special thanks
David Estis, Karina Benesh, Maxim Lazarov, Zachary Johnson, Jeffrey Max, Fatalfarm, Superior Grocery, Meea’s hotdogs, The Oinkster, and CVS Eaglerock.

LOU REED - WALK ON THE WILD SIDE - EXPLICIT18 from Stephane Sednaoui on Vimeo.

Made in New York in 2005, this short film is a faithful interpretation of Lou Reed’s famous song, “Walk on the Wild Side”. Stéphane Sednaoui met up with Lou Reed several times before filming began and the singer makes a cameo in the film.

Written 30 years earlier, Lou Reed’s hymn celebrates five flamboyant characters, each one a fragile icon from Andy Warhol’s Factory: Holly Woodlawn, Candy Darling, Joe Dalessandro, Joe Campbell (aka Sugar Plum Fairy) and Jackie Curtis. Over five delicate tableaux Stéphane Sednaoui films these young people proudly displaying their sexuality and creativity, each one dreaming of becoming a star on the New York scene.

To Tumblr, Love Pixel Union