Kate Davis-Macleod began her career in the fashion industry 20 years ago as a 16yr old model. It was a natural progression for Kate to move from one side of the lens to the other and she began assisting in New York, eventually moving back to her native London and along side assisting worked as a studio manager and started building her portfolio working as a test photographer for her original mother agent Select models.
Her clients include, ES magazine, The Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian, Tatler, Red magazine, Marie Clare, Harpers, international Vogues, Wylde magazine. Givenchy, Chanel, Dior, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Next, Arcadia group, Adidas, Nike, Heidi Klein, Agent provocateur, Bodyism, Calvin Klein Lingerie, The Outnet, DKNY lingerie, Wrap.
With two decades of working experience, Christian Schleisner has achieved an exceptional mastery of styling within the fields of fashion, music and advertising. In his work Christian brings his Scandinavian heritage into play which he combines with a touch of flamboyant experimentation. With his natural sense of aesthetics and playful curiosity, he has created harmonious visionary and artistic imagery. Christian has become a well known name among leading international publications and commercial clients who praise not only his professional work, but also his positive and collaborative attitude.
Steven is a photographer based out of Sydney Australia. His all-rounded experience and diverse array of skills shapes the way he approaches photography.
He has done editorials for :1AM, Australian Style (Book), Beauty Archive, Black Magazine, Emporium Magazine, Façon Magazine, Good Weekend, Laud Magazine, Oz Beauty Expert, Pages Digital, PushIt Mag, Sneaky Mag, Sticks & Stones, Stories Collective.
Recent story for Vogue Arabia featuring one and only big HADID. Groomed by Toni Malt for the cover of Vogue Arabia.
New film written & directed by Mann is another moving image that sets his style of fast cut edit. His quick cut edit style, that takes viewer away from the topic by keeping them locked in for the come back of a story is a joy. The short film produced by Savoir Flair for Chanel, presenting their Cameila jewelry collection, is set into an artistic moving image.