Directed by legendary Hollywood director Bryan Singer (X-Men, the Usual Suspects, Valkyrie) with costume design by Oscar nominated Joanna Johnston (Lincoln, The Sixth Sense, Back To The Future)
The cuff was integral to Princess Isabelle’s costume and plot line, and needed to represent both her femininity and strength. The cuff forms part of her armour both emotionally and physically. It is a combination of sculptural cast bronze, gold, emblematic symbols, and delicate silver chain mail.
Three master copies and two stunt doubles were produced. Filming was at Shepperton Studios in 2011.
FACE SCULPTURES & JEWELERY FOR FYODOR GOLAN SS13
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THE QUEEN'S DIAMOND JUBILEE BOAT SCULPTURE
We spent April at a secret location in South London casting the giant figurehead sculpture for the prow of the Spirit Of Chartwell. The sculpture was designed by Joseph Bennett and Alan Lamb and they made it with City and Guilds students. We were called in for the second stage, the casting. Real pleasure to work alongside Fionn Rawnsley and the team.
Photography: Nathanael Corre
Women For Women International
'Making A Difference' awards created for Women for Women International Gala dinner in association with Harper's Bazaar at The Guildhall on May 3, 2012 in London.
Presented to: Najda Swarovski, Mercedes Zobel, Jenny Saville, Lord Parry Mitchell
Portraits: Dave M Benett Still-Life: Michelle Beatty
YUNUS & ELIZA V'S TOTALLY ENORMOUS EXTINCT DINOSAURS
The headpiece below was designed for Universal Record's Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, and is made with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS
Photography: Stephanie Sian Smith