Harvey B-Brown is an award winning film director, creative director, art director and set designer. He is the fashion cognoscenti.
After graduating with distinction from London’s prestigious Royal College of Art he formed “The New Renaissance” who’s fusion of high fashion and film collaborations, with artists including George Michael, Bryan Ferry and the Scissor Sisters, lasted 15 years.
Harvey is best known for his unique filmmaking, original choreography, and projects demanding a high fashion statement. He has designed and installed iconic window displays for Harvey Nichols, Liberty and Henri Bendels in New York.
His music promo work has defined a genre, and he has orchestrated major fashion events and exhibitions in London, Milan and Tokyo and he has been a regular contributor to fashion bibles including ID, The Sunday Times Style, The Face and Elle magazine and his work can be seen in many global style books.
David Scheinmann is an artist working in the mediums of photography and film making. He graduated with an honours degree in Photography Film and Television from the LCP (now The London Institute).
David achieved a highly successful 25 year international commercial photography career in which he was accoladed with numerous international awards for his original and creative image making in advertising and mainly the performing arts for recording artists such as peter Gabriel, Enya and Cher, as well as The Royal Ballet, Opera and Shakespeare companies.
During this period David’s work was exposed to millions of people with his often iconic imagery of popular consumer culture via magazines, billboards, CD album covers, film and theatre posters.
Today David continues to explore the themes of iconography, popular culture and cultural identity through his series photography, And with three feature films to his credit his film-making explores the search to define ourselves in stories as well as images.