Creative Review Photography Annual 2016

Honoured to have been selected by Creative Review in this year’s showcase of the ‘best in creativity’ for our micro short film ‘Who is Boxboy?’.

“I captured this lovely moment on my phone while enjoying a pint at the pub, opposite our studio in Brighton,” Winter says of this moving image and stills project. “I first noticed this boy rolling past the window on a skateboard with a box on his head. Moments later, there he was with a pogo stick in his hand. Using the window to steady the camera, I realised I was capturing comedy gold that you just couldn’t make up. We treated the footage to a grade, rerecorded the ambient sound and scored a soundtrack.”

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