DIVINE COMEDY is an animated short film rendering the personal ethereal trial of the designer herself. Olivia Berry is a design brand focusing on the verge between heaven and hell, mainly presented through intricate embroidery. The designer once fainted in front of an approaching train falling to the rails, a man saved her and this experience gave her the feeling of being saved by god himself. In the film we wanted to highlight not the physical happenstance of the event but the psychological evolution. Thus creating a train station melted with a church, like an unexplored stop on the route that almost no one experiences. Inside the model's eye is a castle inspired by Dante's seven circles of hell, ending in a tower and the escape. Every object in the scene is specifically modelled for this image and therefore conveys the dreamlike state of mind and matches the spiritual movement of the camera.
DIVINE COMEDY
Clothing Design Olivia Berry
CGI Clothing Nile Guiraud
Videography Benoit Robert

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Animated Short Film
OLIVIA BERRY
CYBER ANTIC
DIVINE COMEDY
Photography Leung Mo
Creative Direction & Styling Anson Lau
Hair Kolen But
Makeup King Yip
Manicurist Meimei Yeung
Styling assistsnt Eddy Chu
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Editorial
Madam Figaro HK
HYBRIS, a collection of rap, ballet, twerking and contemporary dance. Can borrowed culture reveal the borrower?

Is "whiteness" clarified as a white body embodies the typical "black"? This is what Jonas Øren wants to explore, when he, as a white, Norwegian, gay man, puts his own privileges on display. Hybris: Choreographing Whiteness debates whether black femininity has an influence in queer performative culture, and whether this is a strategic move - a means of self-affirmation, resistance and unity for queer. Has whiteness been uncritically shaped and choreographed by a need for attitude and strength?

Armour made for the series of shows created by the multitalented Jonas Øren.
HYBRIS
Artist Jonas Øren
Photography Emma Sulkalic

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CGI Prop Design
Campaign and EP Cover
DANSENS HUS
ANTIDOTE, this project deals with a disorder which is tearing up the depths of 1 woman on 10 : it is called endometriosis. I decided to depict my life experience in order to raise awareness and demystify the organicity of women’s body.

Setdesign for the editorial series for Metal Magazine illustrating surreal enviorments representing the sickness, endometriosis.
ANTIDOTE
Photography Manon Clavelier
Styling Gemma Bedini
Starring Leelou Laridan (Img)
Hair Yann Deschaud
Make Up Isis Moënne-loccoz
CG Artist Nik Gundersen
Set Designer Anna-claria Ostasenko & Warina Contreras Ramos
Light Assistant Tanguy Ginter
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CGI Set Design
Editorial Series
METAL Magazine
GREEK VACATION, a personal project of explorations with photography and CG modelling. From analogue 35mm to 120mm images it is created a short diverse series imagining the futuristic and fantastic creatures and machines living in this kind of environment. Inspired by the nature and textures of the island of Crete. The project also resulted in a technique used frequently in a ongoing series of armours and skeletons.
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Image Explorations
Personal Project
THE VACATION WE DREAMED OF is a series of animation shorts presenting bags and jewellery from her design collection. The beautifully sculpted jewellery is used as living characters and furniture all over this little tropical island. The video series was published with SS21 and was to be an illustration of the vacation in a tropical place everyone wanted after endless confinements. The island and ocean is shaped and textured in relation to her small jacket collection presented at the same time.
THE VACATION WE DREAMED OF
Brand Grace Ling

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Animated Short Film
GRACE LING
UNDERWATER ENLIGHTENMENT is a story about a woman and a swarm of jellyfish. The idea originating in the result of overharvesting fish from the seas resulting in a rapidly overgrowing jellyfish population. The series starts in green empty fields by the ocean where the main character is running around, not noticing the tentacles closing in as she approaches the water. Slowly they entangle her so unthreatening she does not understand whats happening until she is being pulled in. Diving into the underwater world she is lost, sinking deeper and deeper. Until she is surrounded by the enormous creatures themself, and all their little babies shining up the underwater world like stars.
UNDERWATER ENLIGHTENMENT
Photographer: Alexandra Mavros
Stylist: Yasmin Regisford
Make-up Artist: Ray Kim
Model: Natalie Kuckenburg
Agency: Premium Models
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Art Direction and CGI Set Design
Editorial Series
VISORE X
HALF REALITY A series of images where the models interact with a otherworldly fluid surrounding their body. Each piece matched to the looks of the image. Inspired be fansies of magical control and visuals.
HALF REALITY
Creative Director Karim Coppola
Photographer Sergio de Rezende
Stylist Manvi Bhatnagar
Make-up Artist Pauline Du Manoir
Hair Artist Andrea Idini
Models Omar Ceesay and Olympe Leparoux
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CGI Prop Design
Editorial Series & Face Filter
VISORE X
MIMIC is an interactive web documentary that builds a collective portrait about our evolving human relationship with artificial intelligence. We are becoming more and more reliant on Artificial Intelligence. What are the long-term ramifications when AI makes recommendations for us in the most personal areas of our lives? From who we date, to how we spend our money, to the information we consume – what happens when algorithms govern how we live and we willingly obey? ‘MIMIC’ is an interactive web documentary about our evolving human relationship with artificial intelligence. The film includes a diverse array of voices to capture how predictive algorithms affect people’s everyday lives.
MIMIC
Director & Producer Reid Hannaford
Director & Producer Danielle Sheli Levy
Co-creator Arthur Choi
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Visuals For Web Documentary
CPH:DOX*
CULTURE VULTURE, when the chaos of now simmers down, who and what will be left to pick scraps off the bones of the society we once knew? Will the “weirdos and freaks” — whose creativity is so often forced underground before being leeched on by the mainstream — have their day, as the last of normality is swallowed up by a pandemic and the world is engulfed in flames?The new-age punks are waiting in the wings.

Suffocated and stifled by a life locked down. Expression compressed by financial woes. Freedom, an almost distant memory. Youth pent up, frustrated and forgotten.Desperate to unleash their individuality and have their creative “coming-out.” Who will they be when they are allowed to emerge after so long confined, starved of the rights of passage afforded to their heroes of generations past?
CULTURE VULTURE
Photography Luke Nugent
Creative Direction Luke Nugent & Luke V Smith
Models are Gartruche, Jet, Sakeema, Moon
Styling by Luke V Smith & Felipe Mendez
Make-up by Joe Brooks
Hair by Michael Moon
CGI Props Nik Gundersen
Words by Kezia Parkins
Production & BTS Rosie Cartwright
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Editorial Series
KALTBLUT Magazine
CHOOSE YOUR FIGHTER is a fighting game inspired editorial series. Focusing on a anime and 2000s combat game inspired weapon design and a more fighting game background and poster set design. Showing of three character in different skins always equipped with their faithful weapons of choice. 

CHOOSE YOUR FIGHTER
Creative Director Karim Coppola
Photographer Semi Yang
Stylist Yasmin Regisford
Stylist Assistant Shana Littley
Make-up Artist Yoriko Fujita
Hair Artist Lucrezia Z
Models Rui Z, Iulio Kambé, Yujin Lee
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Editorial Series & Face Filter
VISORE X
JEWELLERY SERIES are two editorial series done for Visore X in an attempt to give life to a new type of editorial content. The series features pieces from Dior, Ambush, Jil Sander, Alan Crocetti, Anne Manns and more. Each brand are separated into different scenes reflecting on their own identity as well as an original set. Car is modelled as part of a indivitual series.

JEWELLERY SERIES

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CG Animation & Set Design
VISORE X
NAGASHIMA, branding, art direction and writing done for the Japanese/American Fashion brand. The work of Akira Nagashima looks to Japanese traditional clothing and military wear to improve ergonomics in modern streetwear. So designing from the visual of Japanese symbols and specifically family sigils, improving practicality and updating for modern style we create a new sense of style fitting for the vision of the brand. True. Modern. Function.

Modernized Japanese aesthetics fused with ergonomics to create clothing and accessories versatile for a range of urban environments.

An approach to functional garments from the idea of architectural metabolism. Modernized Japanese aesthetics fused with ergonomics to create clothing and accessories versatile for a range of urban environments. We create clothing to be worn in any weather and through every season.
NAGASHIMA

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Visual Identity & Webpage
NAGASHIMA
LUCID DREAMS, Vitaboy has been exploring with psychedelics as a way to deal with mental trauma overthe past few years and has been extremely fascinated by the healing effects it had onhim. The psychedelics has also affected the way he sees the world and the inspiration ithas given him in his image-making process. He wanted to explore how his luciddreams could be visualised and translated through photography. After discussions withNik Gundersen and Maria Fuhre, the creative process led to a series of fashionphotographs inspired by lucid dreams and psychedelics. Vitaboy’s bright and quirkyphotography style was mixed with strong styling by Maria Fuhre – who blendedNorwegian up-and-coming fashion designers with well known fashion brands.

LUCID DREAMS
Photography Vitaboy
Styling Maria Fuhre
Hair styling Katrine Løver
Makeup Celin Aydin
Photo assistant Sunniva Hestenes
Model Margrethe Alida
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CGI Prop Design
Editorial Series
PAP Magazine