|| post production || Flynn/Kílian (AU!)

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"Okay, I get it. You want somebody good looking with not a too used face and something more exciting" Kílian sighed but gave a nod when he put his notebook back in his bag. Richard leaned back and nodded: "I have to be on set today. We have some struggles with Luke but I guess this will be over soon." The tall man stood up and fixed his suit when Kílian was just smiling amused. He had a high position, first assistan and left hand of the owner of one of the biggest Channel productions of the BBC in America. but he was dressed a bit more relaxed with dark jeans and jacket but Shirts and boots. "I call you as soon all is done. See you then."

He left his office and took the huge lift down. Kílian would do a casting in the name of his boss for a new Show they were working on and Richard trusts him enough to do this all alone. He took his dark jeep and drove to the huge house. Gabby, the nervous woman who got the rooms for such events walked to him. “You are late Mister Gillon. Everything is ready.” he took the coke and sat down behind the chair on the side of the Makeup Artist which worked since years for them. “Alright, then set the first one in.”

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Foundation Portfolio: For my second personal assignment I decided to go with a more conceptual and surrealistic style. My proposal for the assignment was to “composite a figure sitting center frame with hundreds of paper cranes flying around them.” While I kept the core of my proposal, I decided to add another element of whimsy and have the subject levitating and raising his hands as if he were bringing the cranes to life.

I had an idea of the image I wanted, and a location in mind for the backdrop, so I grabbed some gear and a subject, and we got to work. After scouting the best spot for the photo, I set up a tripod to keep the camera in one place while I shot a background plate to serve as the base image. Then I had my subject jump into the air while I captured the best image of him “levitating”. After that I tied some string to the two paper cranes that we had made and held them into the frame while my subject took various exposures. This made it so that each of the cranes looks realistically integrated in the scene. When that was done I took all the images into Photoshop and masked all of the elements into place.

In the long run I’m hoping to turn this into a series of people doing magical things. Witches & Wizards!!!

I play Miles, who was played by Kit Harington [in the original play]. It follows two new initiates—Alistair played by Sam Claflin and Miles played by myself—into this world of the Riot Club, a fictitious take on the Bullingdon Club. They’re a nasty bunch of people. The Riot Club’s sole purpose is to celebrate wealth, elitism, hedonism, and excess—just random acts of destruction and chauvinism, which is interesting because our Prime Minister, our Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Mayor of London were are a part of this club. If you think back to the riots we had in London a couple of years ago, they threw the book at these kids who trashed up a few shop windows, stole a few pairs of sneakers. They sent them to jail for three years, branded them publicly, and I quote, as “mindless hooligans.” And you think, Well you were doing the same thing at a more discerning age, being afforded every privilege in life, you to have the ability to pay for the damage you caused, so hopefully, even hopefully, it will ignite that debate. Because if they ever get asked about their time in the Bullingdon Club, all they every say is, “Oh, I was young.” Well, they were young—they were younger and less educated and less privileged and less fortunate in every way, and you branded them for life.
—  Max Irons for Interview Magazine (x)
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Artists in Action!

Audio is a form of art, too! We sat down with dialogue editor, Jonathan Hylander, who works on shows like Sanjay and Craig and asked him some q’s:

Favorite part(s) of the job?

That I get to work so closely with the directors and producers. At the end of the day I can look at an episode and feel that Ive had a big impact on it. I also love going to final audio mixes. Its where all of your hard work comes together, and you (hopefully) didnt totally blow it!

What tools have helped you get to where you are?

A mentor of mine once told me to be open to anything, because opportunities are all around you. Once you get them, you give it your all. Also, you wont get anywhere if you dont have a community of friends to lift you up. By that same token, its important to pay that forward, too. Dont be a jerk! 

What inspires you?  

Creative people. When I see someone that is doing something thats amazing, I get really excited and want to do amazing things, too. 

Sanjay’s got an awesome imagination and is a huge dreamer. What are some dreams you hope to achieve?

To make a living by making music. Im about 75% there. But that last 25% is a bit of a trek. Check back with me in a year also, I would like to live my entire life without eating a Big Mac. So far, so good.

What are some of your fave hobbies?

Archery, dog walking, and cupcake tasting.

What is your favorite ice cream/dessert?

Rootbeer float of course!

Choice of superpower/ability?

I would love to be able to manipulate time and space.