I’ve had a director crush on Christopher Hewitt for a while now and he recently posted a new spot for Tribord Swimwear that is again a fine example of his trademark style and eye for unusual visuals.
Agency: Fred & Farid
Production Company: Moonwalk Films
Executive Producer: Gaspard Chevance
Producer: Franck Servoz
Director: Christopher Hewitt
DOP: Nicolas Karakatsanis
Post Production: Nightshift
Colourist: Aubrey Woodiwiss (The Mill)
Edit: Adam Marshall at The Whitehouse
Music: Zbigniew Preisner – Offertorium (Ben Boysen Remix)
Sound: Aaron Reynolds at WAVE
Director/photographer Christopher Hewitt has produced some beautiful work this year including the ‘Canon Bring Color to Life’ photos and T.V. spot that were widely circulated across the creative blogosphere a few months back. He has relaunched his site and it is now populated with a few new notable projects including the spot for Nike above.
“The beauty of chance and high speed film come together for this new commercial for Canon’s Pixma printer. Shot over two days with biochemist Linden Gledhill and Award Winning Photographer Jason Tozer.”
The spot entitled ‘Bring Colour to Life’ was directed by the fantastic Christopher Hewitt and is as simple as a concept could be but is absolutely spectacular to watch. It’s a beautiful little piece of art that just happened to be commissioned by a client. You can watch the actual spot here at Christopher Hewitt’s website and you can also take a look at some amazing images from the shoot in Linden Gledhill’s Flickr account.
Christopher Hewitt (formerly of Dstrukt) has started a new film and animation studio titled ‘Bearfight‘. Keep your eyes peeled for future work. Chris is really good.
Designer/Motionographer/Photographer Christopher Hewitt has launched a new website featuring a broad range of solid creative work. The site itself was designed by Suprb and is so damned good looking I had to just post a picture of the site itself.
Christopher Hewitt, formerly known as Dstrukt has posted a new website. His work is top shelf, always.