This is the first fashion film that I have taken on. I wanted to make something that had psuedo-80s vibes mixed with vaporwave and tokyo vibes.
The process of making this video was super simple, but in the most complex way. It was a lot of "Ok, do you wanna try something weird?" And it was awesome because they never said no! Ashleigh and Murphey were down for whatever which was so cool. Where the complexity came in however, was when I went in to edit it. When we shot it, I had not prepared any shot list, script or anything. Basically we totally wung it the whole time. The cool part of doing things this way was that I was able to piece together something that was totally unique in the edit. The pacing kind of sorted itself out as I edited.
The color scheme was inspired by Ashleigh and Murphey's hair. As soon as I saw their profile picture on Facebook I knew exactly what I wanted to do with this video.
Emma (my sister/partner in crime/BTS shooter/Makeup artist) did an awesome job with the makeup. I basically made a board on pintrest and was like "Do this" and she did an awesome job of translating that look onto the models. The lipstick however was Murphey's idea. She was like "hey I brought this what do you think?" Emma and I looked at each other and we were both like "YES".
The location of this shoot was Studio A at Weld in Dallas. I'm an intern there 2-3 days a week and it is an awesome place to get to collaborate and meet super talented people, as well as a peaceful place to work and shoot. #shamelessplug