A recluse who goes by the alias ‘HAHA’ has a special talent, a talent which make’s him highly respected, a talent which has been celebrated by politicians, yet it would be this talent that would ultimately lead to his arrest after being pursued by police for over a decade. Synopsis: The Funny Man documentary delves into the psyche of a charming yet strange man who goes by the alias ‘haha’. For over two decades he has been incredibly influential and highly respected in his community, he was even recently celebrated by the Lord Mayor of Melbourne for his contributions to the city. Haha posses what most would consider a very special talent, yet this particular talent would ultimately lead to his arrest after being pursued by police for over a decade. This documentary was filmed two days prior to his arrest.
Coverage of IXIAH’s Inscription collection launch for Winter 2013. ixiah.com Filmed as part of the Artistry Project artistry-tv.com IXIAH’s Inscription collection for Winter 2013 features carved detailing’s and svelte silhouettes in piercing prints across a palette of petrol, plum and teal. Sporty elements like chunky knits prevail throughout the collection’s panelled dresses, leatherskin tights and sculpted coats while contrasting fabrics whittle into a textural depth of languid gold, elasticized yarns, feature buckles and metallic studding. Jewel tones of emerald greens, sapphire’s, deep plum and ochre further set the collection’s chiselled threads ablaze. Sharp, graphic inspired prints are etched into a trinity of lustrous, colourstained silks where careful plays of transparency tease the idea of bare skin. Exotic black. Sober but slashed. A seductive collection inspired by a subversive game of contrasts. Inscription channels chic sportsmanship via a new take on military lux providing the modern heroine with a tightly crafted range, designed in IXIAH’s textural signature. Additional close-up footage of the garments during the first interview with Krystel was provided by Drew English and Gabe Dowrick.
Shot during the Oi You Street Art Festival, Adelaide – April 2013. A big thankyou to Anthony for letting me into his strange world! An amazing talent, check out his works at: anthonylister.com Shot with a Panasonic GH3 and a Panasonic AF101, Voitglander 25mm + Lumix 35-100mm with help from a Kessler Motorised Dolly. If you wish to view the full Oi You Clip which i did please visit – vimeo.com/68021444 Filmed as part of the Artistry Project – artistry-tv.com
Filmed as part of a small segment of the Artistry documentary project: artistry-tv.com – more coming soon! Oi You Street Art Festival in Adelaide, April 2013. Thankyou to all the artists involved for allowing me to film them! Incredible talents with very unique individual styles! Not one of them used a projector and some even made it up as they went along! It was a tight schedule as all the murals were painted over a single weekend. I also have to apologise to KAB101 as i kept missing him and unfortunately didn’t have enough footage to include in this clip. Also the works by Seb Humphrey’s and Vans hadn’t been fully completed before i had to leave. If you wish to see the completed murals check out their facey page: facebook.com/OiYouStreetArt Artists (in no particular order): Anthony Lister Rone Beastman Seb Humphrey’s Vans the Omega Fred Rock + Gary Seaman, Jayson Fox – Toy Soldiers Store – Toy Soldiers Shane Cook + Bayden Lemon