full list of films I worked on | IMDb
studio website | RÅN studio
art website | agathaa.com
contact | email@example.com
Besides the usual photography/film work this year I have co-founded a creative content studio called RÅN studio which means for the film industry that we can now also cover your EPK and deliver something beautiful! Check us out.
I shot for Joanna Hogg again - this time on her film THE SOUVENIR with Tilda Swinton. Make sure you don't miss this one.
I worked with Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams on DISOBEDIENCE - a film by Oscar winning director Sebastián Lelio.
GOD'S OWN COUNTRY which I loved working on and shot the poster for and main specials won too many awards to list here.
Two films which I worked on got Oscar nominations: 45 YEARS and THE DANISH GIRL.
The most beautiful NOTES ON BLINDNESS which I shot for got many nominations and awards this year too.
Two films which i worked on earlier this year have their premiere at the Venice Film Festival: THE CHILDHOOD OF A LEADER (dir Brady Corbet) and THE DANISH GIRL (dir Tom Hooper).
I worked with Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay on 45 YEARS (dir Andrew Haigh), i'm most excited about this film, opens in cinemas in the UK on Aug 28th 2015.
I also worked on MR HOLMES (dir Bill Condon) - the front page of The Times with a portrait of Sir Ian McKellen is from my first roll shot during filming.
And Olivia Colman and Tom Hardy on LONDON ROAD (dir Rufus Norris).
film on film:
photographer shooting film (35mm) on film sets
The New York Times, The New Yorker, Der Spiegel, Le Monde, Financial Times, The Guardian, The Observer, The Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, Tatler, Vogue UK, Dazed Digital, Interview, AnOther, Vice, Esquire, Time Out London, Little White Lies
PgCert, Photography, Central Saint Martins (Charing Cross)
MSc, Theoretical Psychoanalytic Studies, UCL
BA, Fine Art, Sculpture, Chelsea College of Art (Manresa Rd)
- LONDON, UK
this quote explains my approach best:
"And, wherever you are, avoid gimmickry. Good photography is based on truth and integrity. The gimmick is only the poor man’s way of excusing his lack of talent - his inability to compose a picture without trickery. Let your picture composition be honest, pure, strong and well defined. It is a matter of design, and the less complicated a design, the more pleasing it is to the eye."
from a George Rodger's (founder of Magnum Photos) letter to his 8 year old son (1950)