After adorning bus shelters across Melbourne and Sydney in August, the Brainwave campaign finally got interactive this week, hitting digital screens in two of Sydney’s major public transport hubs.
If you’re passing through Bondi Junction or Town Hall over the next few days, be sure to check it out and have a play with the new technology.
Find out more about the campaign here:
Please consider donating at http://brainwave.org.au/
Agency: Traffik / Clemenger BBDO group Sydney
Creatives: Nick Blair & Adam Harriden
Design: Dave Clough
Photograhy: Sébastien Millier
A day with the designers for the launch of Renault’s new upmarket crossover, the Espace 5.
More pictures on my website
3 honorable mentions at the International Photography Awards 2014 (IPA) in Portrait, Children & Social cause categories.
Thanks to ‘Bel’ from the Senior Surfers series (to be launched soon) & Brooklyn from The Brainwave Project.
The Solemate Experience for Le Coq Sportif Australia continues with an online video & instore posters.
It was really interesting to play the role of both photographer and film director for this campaign.
Look forward to working on similar projects in the future.
Agency: Lavender Sydney
Creative director: Marco Eychenne
Art Director: Etienne Ancelet
Copywriter: Claire Austin
Designer: Alessandro Agnellini & Norman Contesenne
Producer & Dev: Annie Chan & Don Martinez
DOP: Ernesto Sumarkho
Sound: Terry Kelly
Photograher & Director: Sébastien Millier
Do you remember the Brainwave project?
The interactive digital campaign is about to be rolled out all over Australia.
In the meantime, say hello to some of the kids.
You can support them by donating at brainwave.org.au/donations
Here is a photoloop, part of a campaign I enjoyed working on for Le Coq Sportif Australia.
The project has just started on Facebook, stay tuned to follow the story as it unfolds.
agency: Lavender Sydney / C.D: Marco Eychenne / A.D: Etienne Ancelet & Alessandro Agnellini / copywriter: Claire Austin / photo & post-prod: Sébastien Millier
While I was shooting portraits for a new series (coming soon), I decided to snap a few pictures of surfers’ necks.
These blokes have been surfing for decades, mostly under the strong Aussie sun.
They look incredibly fit but when you get up close, you can read their real age on their skin.
Surfers’ necks never lie!
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Nick, from Golden Soil, was selected to be part of One Eyeland ‘Best of the Best photographers 2014′
Book coming in August 2014
The two first portraits from a new personnal series about senior surfers.
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Golden Soil is one of the winners at the 7th Photography Master Cup in the portrait category.
Very proud to be honoured alongside Peter Lippmann!