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The 5 looks I shot were customized to the designers collections and her inspiration of the Chinese Zodiac.

I  translated Jade’s five collections into the natural elements of fire, water, earth, metal and wood and found ways to connect the stories in Jade’s collection, with looks evolved with Mua: Seevon Chau and model Danni Wang on set.Screen shot 2013-02-13 at 7.24.16 PM

Her unique approach to East/West cultural fusion, and the upcoming celebration of the year of the snake inspired our whole team.: The B&W “Snake” photos were together as a collaboration with Obscure Object Films, which used the photos as a part of their Fashion film as well.

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Campaign Lookbook Credit:       Photographs by Tal Shpantzer Jewelry Designer : Jade Chiu Designs

Model : Danni Wang

Lighting : Stephen Dirkes, Makeup Artist : Seevon Chau

Hair: Henry De La Paz, Ken See

 

CREDITS for Fashion Film – above in : “the Snake”

Burst Photos: Tal Shpantzer

Director : Stephen Dirkes

Still Photography – Tal ShpantzerScreen shot 2013-02-13 at 8.09.34 PM

Jewelry Designer : Jade Chiu DesignsSnakeJadeChiu_Talfoto2013-02-16 at 2.35.09 PMScreen shot 2013-02-13 at 7.50.34 PM

Makeup Artist – Seevon Chau, assistant Kodo Nishimura

Hair Stylist – Film: Henry De La Paz, LookBook : Ken See

Studio – Rebecca Trent, the Creek and the Cave, LIC

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Please join us:  Thursday April 5th opening 6-10 at Rabbithole Gallery, 33 Washington St. for    DUMBO Art Walk.

A 45 minute screening of collected short films with a world premiere, an exhibition of photography, painting, sets and props from the films.

Work by Obscure Object films collaborators, Tal Shpantzer, Peter Bill, Amerinkz, Caroline Pham, Ioana Popescu, Zou Chu, Pamela Liou and Jef Niesen on exhibit from April 5th to the 30th.

Images From “Insect Dreams” Directors Cut of a stop motion animation, for Langoliers jewelry designers, April 5th, 2012 at Rabbithole Gallery in Dumbo. It will be part of a 1 hour short film retrospective.

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