Channel 4 has released a teaser for its upcoming drama Kiss Me First – an innovative thriller which combines live action with CGI virtual world sequences.

Featuring Hair and Make Up by Designer Lisa Cavalli-Green, the series is based on Lottie Moggach’s novel of the same name, centering around interactions in an online paradise with ominous real world consequences.

The six-part drama was adapted by Skins co-creator Bryan Elsley, set to screen exclusively on Netflix following its broadcast in the UK.

Kiss Me First also features Hair and Make Up Design from Frances Hounsom, who worked across the Croatia leg of the project.




A warm welcome to DOP Diana Olifirova who was chosen by the BSC as the BSC Emerging Cinematographer of 2017 for her work on short film All Of Me Directed by Daphne Schmon. The short also garnered a nomination for Best Cinematography at Underwire Film Festival 2017 and has played at multiple festivals worldwide including Palm Springs ShortFest and the London Film Festival… it also won the Grand Prize at Rhode Island Int’l Short Film Festival 2017.

An NFTS graduate, living in London and originating from the Ukraine, Diana’s passion for cinematography extends to photography, music promos, experimental & fashion films, online content and drama, both short and long form – her feature documentary London Symphony directed by Alex Barrett was nominated for The Michael Powell Award at Edinburgh Film Festival 2017.

Diana has shot music promos for artists such as Tom Misch, James Bay, Passenger and John Newman, and her fashion work includes a spot for Elle / Selfridges and House of Flora, both directed by Harry Reavley. Other directors include Eva Riley, Sami Abusamra, Joshua Osborne and Jack Barraclough.

Elle / Selfridges
House of Flora

Tom Misch: Movie
Voodoo & the Crypts: Feeling

Diana has recently wrapped short film Leash with BAFTA nominated director Harry Lighton… which will hit the festival circuit soon.




This is Cinematographer Tim Sidell’s first collaboration with director Ivana Bobic (Riff Raff)… for music promo by debut artist Sigrid.

Filmed in a studio the design emulates the artist’s homeland of Iceland, with cinematographic hues and tones to match.

Sigrid: Strangers




Recently for the launch of its new female-focused collection – The 1 Reimagined – Nike invited Naomi Campbell to unite a collective of remarkable young women from assorted different disciplines, in order to profile the designs.

Hair and Make Up Designer Dorita Nissen worked across the project, captured by Stella Scott and produced through Pulse, with still images from the shoot profiled by British Vogue.



With Production Design by Ollie Tiong, feature Postcards From London directed by Steve McLean, will close the BFI Flare Film Festival this year.

BFI Flare 2018

Produced through The Bureau and funded by the BFI, this is in part the long awaited sequel to director McLean’s 1994 feature Postcards In America.

Steve McLean’s stylish and sexy Postcards from London tells the story of beautiful teenager Jim (Harris Dickinson, Beach Rats) who, having travelled from the suburbs, finds himself in Soho where he falls in with a gang of unusual high class male escorts ‘The Raconteurs’. Set in a vibrant, neon-lit, imaginary vision of Soho consisting of multiple studio builds, this morality tale manages to be both a homage to the spirit of Derek Jarman and a celebration of the homo-erotic in baroque art.

This is Ollie’s debut feature as Production Designer, where he was able to create and build the dark neon lit streets of a seedy but vibrant Soho in a London of the past.

Postcards From London will close the festival 1 April 2018 – this is its World Premiere.





Production Designer Alison Dominitz continues her collaboration with director Sophie Müller, designing Kylie’s promo for the first single from her new album: Dancing.

A cowboy style country take on Kylie’s trademark dance routine that manages to portray motel life, guitars and club performances off (what could well be) Highway 66…




We’re pleased to announce the trailer for Hurricane: 303 Squadron has been released.

Featuring Hair and Make Up Design by Frances Hounsom, the feature-length drama directed by David Blair follows the renowned Polish pilots who fought alongside the RAF during The Battle of Britain.

Starring Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones), Milo Gibson (Hacksaw Ridge), Krystof Hadek (Under the Skin), Stefanie Martini (Crooked House) and Marcin Dorocinski (Anthropoid), the film was produced by Prospect 3 and is slated for release later this year.




Cinematographer Theo Garland collaborates with Chris Balmond (Outsider) on this darkly comedic commercial for Capital One.

The spot focuses on a series of personal and familial mishaps brought on by our frantic, everyday lives…  a little girl in her school play as Dad’s camera battery expires, as well as a family driving on holiday, luggage strapped to the roof of the car, whose final destination as instructed by their trusty sat-nav, is a dark, unsettling forest.

Dark, comedic, unsettling and stylish – Capital One.