Sunday, July 13, 2014

Boom - On The Street - Tokyo

It's been a while since my last update, Ive been extremely busy styling shoots and have been traveling around a little bit too. A little while back I went back to Tokyo and did a special edition street style feature for Boom Magazine while I was in town.

Check out the snaps below of some of my favorite Tokyo peoples.  



Name: Katherine Li Johnson

Occupation: American Apparel Asia Regional Manager
Wearing: Top, Pants, Sunglasses, Coat – American Apparel
Shoes – Chanel
Jewellery – Mom’s vintage honkie jewelry
Favourite band: Listening to CVRCHES and Lorde on repeat right now.
Favourite night spot in Japan: Berry In
Favourite night spot in HK: 001 followed by Racks.
























Name: Tsubasa Nomura
Occupation: Knit Accessories Planner
Wearing:
Jacket – Junya Watanabe Comme Des Garçons x Laboureur
Hoodie – Loopwheeler
Shirt – Carhartt
Pants – Visvim
Shoes – Converse
Ring – Goro Feather
Favourite band: Bill Withers
Favourite night spot in Japan: Convenience store on Omotesando
Favourite night spot in HK: Wan Chai




























Name: Tess Jung
Occupation: Preschool Teacher
Wearing:
Sunglasses – Karen Walker
Jumper – Bassike
Beanie – Carhartt
Shoes – New Balance
Bag – Celine Trio
Jacket and Hoodie – from Korea
Favourite band:The Black Keys / Miami Horror / Phoenix
Favourite night spot in Japan: Anywhere with yakitori and sake!
Favourite night spot in HK:  I’ve only been to HK twice, Yardbird is definitely a must
























Name: Zen Tsujimoto
Occupation: LOSERS/Editor
Wearing: 
Suit Jacket – Crane Brothers
Shirt  - Commes Des Garçons
Tie – Grandfather’s
Jeans – Chord Number Eight
Boots – Loake Chelsea
Beanie – Muji
Favourite band: Tokimonsta
Favourite night spot in Japan: Kaikaya
Favourite night spot in HK: Yardbird





Thursday, May 15, 2014

"Modern Gentleman" - Boom Magazine

It's pretty rare in Hong Kong to find models with tattoos, in Australia most would probably have them, but here it's completely the opposite. Since the aesthetic is so clean here, models tend to be as well, so finding one with long hair, facial hair or tattoos, proves quite difficult. I was just about to give up on the search but some how stumbled across Lukas, who was perfect for this shoot. Check it out below or click the link to see the full feature up close on page 26.


























Photographer - Sheng Wong
Art Direction & Styling - Juan-Carlos Aquino
Hair & Make-up - Summer Wong
Model - Lukas @Elite HK 

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

"The Speed Of Sound" - Hysteria Magazine

I worked on this editorial a little while back and it's finally published with Hysteria Magazine, the Voices issue. 

For this theme, I decided to take a scientific approach, and broke down what "voice" and "sound" literally is.
¹Voice;
pronounced [vois]
- The sound produced in a person's larynx and uttered through the mouth, as speech or song.
¹Sound;
pronounced [sound]
- Produced by continuous and regular vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person's or animal's ear.
Check out the spread below for the result. Or this small animation of the glitches in action.













































Photographer - Jeff Yui
Stylist - Juan-Carlos Aquino
Hair & Make-up - Anita Lo
Model - Lauren Rhoden

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

the holidays - home

i recently had the opportunity to style a music video for an australian band called the holidays, their latest single "home" follows my good friend gee around hong kong and really captures the city beautifully. it's great seeing hong kong in the not so typical way it is usually shown, the guys at entropico did an awesome job and i'm stoked with the end result.

click below to see the music video in full. enjoy!


music video by entropico
directer - harry hunter
producer - sam egan
hk producer/art director - emilie sullivan
fashion stylist - me
starring - gee cabalou
concept developed by the holidays and entropico

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

denim overload - boom magazine

i teamed up recently with the very talented dicky manana, he's easily one of my favorite photographers in hong kong and he always understands what i'm after with my concepts. this time around we shot miss bobbi nunes for boom magazine and decided to take the canadian tuxedo one step further and go from denim on denim, to denim on denim, on denim, on denim, on denim…….

check out some of my favorites from the shoot below or pick up the march issue of boom now. 



















































photographer - dicky manana
stylist - me
hair & make-up - anita lo
model - roberta nunes