Need help solidifying your vision? I’ve got you covered!
You can hire my big juicy film-obsessed brain on a freelance premise for your film projects.
I’m always happy to discuss your project goals and inspirations before coming back to you with research, moodboards and lookbooks in your preferred format. I’ll be on-hand to support you with feedback after script reading, and creative revisions to your projects as required.
Drop me a line at: firstname.lastname@example.org at your own convenience and we’ll get the ball rolling.
I look forward to working with you,
We get the ball rolling with an initial call discussing the project at hand, a read of the script, a discussion about influence, aesthetic, vision etc. This allows me to to go ahead and compile a database of imagery, resources and media I feel could help you relay your project in a more dynamic way including, but not limited to:
- Building a strong cohesive archive of references music/literature/art/film/photography/zines
- Gathering reference images from the film/photography/art world relevant to your project and compiling them in your preferred manner for team distribution e.g .pdf/purpose built instagram or pinterest
- Finalising polished lookbook for the project based off feedback
EXAMPLE LOOKBOOK – PDF DOWNLOAD
Note: Privacy and discretion are guaranteed, I work in strict confidence – I will never use the work I have done for clients as an example of services for sale, NDAs most welcome.
13 Replies to “Creative Consultancy”
Thanks for this wonderful site, it’s a great idea.
May I suggest a few B&W possibilities? (I see that others have mentioned some of my faves already, like A Man and a Woman and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf) How about Sweet Smell of Success (MacKendrick, Wong Howe), The Miracle Worker (Penn, Caparros), The Wrong Man (Hitchcock, Burk), or some of Wyler’s B&W, especially, Dodsworth (Mate), The Letter (Gaudio), or The Best Years of Our LIves (Toland).
Howsomever, I’ll be visiting often; happy viewing!
Forgot one: The Spy Who Came In From the Cold (Ritt, Morris).
All of your suggestions are added to my list, it might take a while to track them all down, I will do my best. In the meantime http://film-grab.com/2013/09/02/whos-afraid-of-virginia-woolf/
You should do the Remake of Evil Dead, its gorgeous!
With greatest admiration for your work and May I suggest The very good photography of Paolo Sorrentino’s La grande bellezza
Another film beside La grande Belleza That I was astonished is Lars von Trier’s Melancholia and thank you again for your work
Please add Boys Don’t Cry by Kimberly Peirce!
Do Arrival or La La Land (or both)! they are both fantastic films that NEED to be on this amazing website!
No Blake Edwards movies? He always shot in gorgeous anamorphic and featured beautiful production design. If I donate, can you do some of his movies? And maybe some more John McTiernan? He’s another guy who always shoots anamorphic with beautiful results.
Just discovered you. Love your work!
Any chance you could please add drowning by numbers?
I have a zip file with over 1000 screenshots from IT (2017)!
If you want them, let me know!
Is there an email address I can reach out to regarding obtaining a screenshot for a client? It’s a scene from The Godfather which is not currently on your site, but my client would like to have a photo hung in our hotel .. Hotel Edison (where scenes were shot). Please let me know.
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