Bean Pole Spring/Summer 2012 Campaign
Photographed by Maciek Kobielski
Styling by Vanessa Traina at Community NYC
Models Julia Frakes at Next, Coco Young at Wilhemina, Tracy Antonopoulos at The Collaborative Agency, Delfine Bafort at Ford
Casting by Natalie Joos
Make-up by Pep Gay at Streeters
More campaign images available online at Bean Pole.
Check out this rad little ’80s-inspired green screen short with the always inspiring Coco Young directed by the mulit-mulit-multitalented Tracy Antonopoulos. I am honestly a bit surprised (and accordingly very grateful to Tracy) that I even made it in the final cut, as I had to prematurely dart from the set due to a massive snowstorm and the consequent confusion over travel logistics!
A video I directed for Bean Pole Accessory Spring Summer 2012.
‘It’s in the Bag’
Starring Delfine Bafort, Julia Frakes, Coco Young, and Tracy Antonopoulos
Directed by Tracy Antonopoulos
Cinematography Deering Regan
Art Direction Natalie Ziering
Additional Photography Ben Nicholas
Assistant Director Asli Baykal
Edited by Tracy Antonopoulos & Natalie Ziering
Original Music by Scott Oakley
More information and video stills at Bean Pole’s blog: BEAN POLE ACCESSORY 2012 SPRING SUMMER VIDEO
- Kinga Rajzak (sociology & politics major), Jane Randall (history major) and Lily Cole (history of art M.A.) photographed on their respective campuses by Angelo Pennetta for T Magazine
Apologies in advance: I will foreseeably be a minor tumblr stranger henceforward, as I am resuming my studies (as a psychology major) tomorrow morning.
While I do attend university out of town, I stacked my fall semester courses so as to allocate sufficient intervals to return to my New York apartment whenever work beckons. In the meantime, I will cover the Spring 2012 shows a bit for Dossier, continue a’tweeting @bunnyBISOUS, and eagerly anticipate the early autumn release of various work projects undertaken this summer.
And to all you fellow students out there: I hope your Back to School week fares easy peasy lemon squeezy! On the authority of The New York Times, we’re in grand company!
"I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address. On the other hand, this not knowing has its charms." — Joe Fox [Tom Hanks], You’ve Got Mail (1998)
[images via T Magazine: “Beautiful Minds | Extra Credit Parts 1 & 2”]