At a gathering of Creative HEAD’s Coterie club, sponsored by Revlon Professional, an all-star panel disclosed what life’s like on the film, TV and music video set, debating everything from the future of static editorial shoots and the impact of instantaneous video via social media, to the challenges and demands of producing work for the moving image. See what they had to say in their discussion with Creative HEAD publisher, Catherine Handcock.
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Owner of London salon Fowler35, Darren is a regular collaborator with film director Ridley Scott, has worked extensively with the actress Salma Hayek and in 2015 led a team of 25 stylists to produce the Marks & Spencer’s Christmas TV ad.
A make-up artist who has worked with some of the world’s biggest brands, whether that’s magazines like Vogue and Vanity Fair or commercial powerhouses like Gucci and Coca-Cola. Her TV projects include Gok’s Fashion Fix and more recently Sky One’s music and comedy show Bring the Noise with Tinie Tempah. Maria also works with Tinie on all his music video shoots.
Also a make-up artist, Lauren trained at the London College of Fashion in all areas of beauty and make-up including special effects, and she’s worked extensively in TV for the BBC, TOWIE and ITV’s This Morning.
One of the most exciting and likeable hairdressers in the industry, Aaron was art director at Headmasters before leaving to join Frank agency to further his freelance session work. He’s now the official hair stylist to Little Mix and in 2015 worked as lead hair stylist on The X-Factor in partnership with TRESemmé.
Ateh started her career as a journalist on InStyle and Tatler and is now an award-winning film producer though her Oscar-shortlisted production company, Third Man Films. She’s also the founder of digital agency Couture Communications, producing TV and online content for brands including Chanel, Dior and Revlon, as well as working with designers like Christopher Kane and Henry Holland.
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