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What the heck is vogue? DEEP IN VOGUE celebrates the colorful, queer, emotional and political stories of Northern Vogue in Manchester, UK and the black, gay ballrooms of 1980s New York City. The documentary had its UK premiere at BFI Flare and its US premiere at NewFest NYC. Over the course of a year, film makers Dennis Keighron-Foster and Amy Watson charted the buildup to the Manchester ICONS Vogue Ball and explore universal themes and the unique styles from both sides of the Atlantic including the sometimes dramatic internal politics of Vogue to external politics including the disenfranchisement of black youth, LGBT issues, the dearth of art spaces and modes of expression, the over-commercialized gay scene, and the lack of safe spaces for the truly different. DEEP IN VOGUE is an electric, informative, and entertaining celebration of people coming to love and accept themselves, finding a new family through Vogue.
Amy Watson (DIRECTOR AND PRODUCER) used to make commercials until her mind exploded and she decided to only make things she believed in and that she thought other people might like too. She works full time as a gardener at a British stately home (really) and does film making around that.
Dennis Keighron-Foster (DIRECTOR AND PRODUCER) is a queer single papa of twins with a background in interior design. His ambition has always been to tell people’s stories and he is therefore surprised that this is his first documentary.Amy and Dennis met at a rave five years ago, fell in platonic love and made a film about their shared love of the Manchester ballroom scene. This is their first film and was self-funded, independent of any production company or business sense.
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To redefine the overall image of an iconic Atlanta nonprofit foundation to reflect and preserve the name of history of Alonzo Franklin Herndon.
Create and drive traffic flow of Herndon Foundation gala brand identity across all online, print and social media platforms
Development of copy, communication of video production and video content for continually utilization across all media platforms for continued brand awareness
Oversee development of video content to include preproduction, day of event and post production to insure brand messaging is fulfilled
Oversee alignment of external vendors to execute creative vision
Oversee alignment of local media personalities to support creative vision
Oversee alignment of strategic partnerships to reduce overhead of foundation cost
Chef Holly wanted a unique way to display her work as a celebrity chef & caterer while maintaining functionality & streamlined user information. Displaying menus, galleries, partners, & many of the other constantly changing elements make for a very unique web design. How can you display such a variety of content in a neat easy to use way?
Built high converting website
Write copy that speaks directly to the needs of the end user
Conduct rigorous market research to find openings for authority
Showed off portfolio & gallery in an elegant manner.
To develop on trend and seamless communication of door design to consumers.
Ready to re-define fashion $5 at a time the founder of Save & Slay, needed to make her brand and it’s products digitally paramount on the world wide web. The goal was to make a cohesive brand presents that stands out amongst competitors and shows to illustrate products in a well organized stylistic manner.
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