January 12th, 2016
Harriet is an award-winning filmmaker, performance artist and curator. She worked at Creative Skillset for two years as their Film Campaigns Manager raising awareness of their work with the film industry, before recently leaving to work freelance and focus on her filmmaking. Harriet has produced events, training, and online marketing campaigns for creative organisations such as Somerset House, BFI London Film Festival, London Short Film Festival, Sheffield DocFest, Charlie Productions, Birds Eye View, Branchage, LOCO, Shooting People, Architecture Foundation and Headliners.
Harriet is currently the Head of Training for LOCO London comedy film festival, as well as curating a programme of artist moving image that explores comedy and humour, all taking place during LOCO London 2013.
A writer, award-winning editor, and digital media producer, Emily Fleuriot specialises in devising and implementing creative content solutions for the digital age.
Emily cut her industry teeth during her seven years at leading fashion and beauty b2b Fashion Monitor, which she headed up as Editor for four years. After leaving Fashion Monitor she has since worked with leading online fashion platforms including Net-a-Porter, Handbag.com, Asos.com, Fashionair, and the British Fashion Council where she managed the build of the organisation’s online portal launched in February 2009. Emily is currently Acting Fashion and Social Media Editor at Matches.com.
Emily writes on fashion, beauty, celebrity style and lifestyle, for diverse digital and print titles which have included British Fashion Council, Clash, Cosmopolitan, Fashion Monitor, Lost + Found (VIEW Consultancy) and Sun Online. As well as regularly posting on Fashion Popcorn, Emily has a twin-mummy blog: www.theshockofthetwo.com.
Rachel Lucy King
Rachel is a London based photographer and art director. Since leaving her Yorkshire upbringing behind for the big city she has made her mark working on film sets and producing live events, whilst always keeping her principal love of art and photography at the forefront of her work and mind.
Rachel has acted as artist in residence both in the UK and Europe, and has contributed her creative eye and practical skills to music videos for Ellie Goulding and Nina Nesbitt, as well as fashion brands Fred Butler and Rosanna Gould. Her combined skillset has allowed Rachel’s passion for design and art to translate into events production, including the curation of the 3D Printshow gallery and live catwalk showcase. Rachel is currently collaborating with Amy Grimehouse to produce the ‘I Give It A Year’ premiere as part of London Comedy Film Festival, as well as heading up the art direction for Nina Nesbitt’s latest video with Black Dog Films.
By day Lynden heads up her enthusiastic Film+TV team at the Domino Recording and Publishing Companies enabling film-makers access to music from the eclectic Domino roster. The role of managing the expectations of musicians, film makers and all the teams supporting those entities can be challenging however, some of the most fulfilling placements have been for fashion films. For creatively driven short film to be made it needs a sponsor and increasingly fashion brands can provide that support. It’s a bubble of brand association within which film makers and musicians usually feel they can operate without compromising their integrity.
Over the past year, a trend for Domino music on online fashion films has clearly emerged judging by the requests received. The internet has opened up opportunities for well produced online fashion content. Of course, the quality of films can vary and there can be a lack of production skill set specifically for fashion film. After a student license resulted in denial, Lynden volunteered to give workshops at the University of the Arts London: London College of Fashion MA in Fashion Media Production to help explain to students fundamentals of music copyright and give them advice on licensing. Keen to inspire considered music placements, Lynden also runs a daily blog for Domino.
Constance is currently writing fiction focused on romantic myths of everyday lives. She has used digital technologies in my own creative practice since 1990. In the 1990s she was a founding member of Ship of Fools, an artist collective exploring interfaces between technology, narrative and everyday life. In parallel to making her own artwork she has worked in human-computer interaction research for almost two decades, both in academic departments and as a freelance consultant for technology companies.
Much of her personal practice and her academic research aims to reflect on what is hidden or assumed, and to create a space to be heard in, whether that is uncovering stories with a community and relocating them in their landscape using pervasive media, visually exploring myths of the domestic sphere or facilitating children’s use of novel software to augment and map the city.