before and after

September 25, 2014 § Leave a comment

Courtesy of director, Adam Smalley, here’s a before and after pic of one of the locations for Let Me Go filmed in Musica in Akron, Ohio. The film features Jose Infante, Deanna Sherman and Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden and will be entering the festival circuit this spring.

Midnight Moon

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Early Birds

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Moonrise Ocean

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August 3, 2014 § Leave a comment

Blue Hotel – Official Music Video directed by Miriam Bennett (Moving Studio Productions)

Read about Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden and their visual album, The Shape The Color The Feel, on Esquire’s Culture  Blog and American Songwriter

Kate says, “After giving ten different filmmakers free reign to create music videos for each of our songs, it felt good to dial it in and just do what we do.” I couldn’t agree more. With a helping hand from Jason Smythe, a camera and a few lights at Silver Point Studios I wanted this video to bring the focus back to what I love about the music and the performance. The band is on tour now and, quite possibly, coming to a city near you.

Check out the other videos on the The Shape The Color The Feel album as they are released.

 

Willem Dafoe photographed by Brad Trent

August 1, 2014 § Leave a comment

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Willem Dafoe photographed by Brad Trent. I was lucky to hear Willem Dafoe speak with the audience at a recent screening of Shadow of the Vampire in Cleveland’s Cinemateque. Here Brad takes us behind the scenes on his recent photo shoot for The Wall Street Journal.

Originally posted on Damn Ugly Photography:

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As a young photographer, I had this very dreamy, romanticized idea of what it must be like to shoot celebrities. One of my early photography idols was Bert Stern, and I just figured every shoot with a celebrity might end up like his famous session with Marilyn Monroe where they locked themselves in a suite at the Bel-Air Hotel for three days with a case of ’53 Dom Perignon, a couple of cameras and a few props, and emerged totally spent but with a collection of amazing photographs. But I moved to New York a couple of decades later…just about the time when shoots like that were becoming increasingly controlled by managers, publicists, agents and the studio P/R machine. Ideas had to be pre-approved and even then it didn’t mean you would get to do them. And three days? More like five minutes…

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EXCLUSIVE: KATE TUCKER AND THE SONS OF SWEDEN’S ‘BLUE HOTEL’ VIDEO premieres on Esquire

July 22, 2014 § Leave a comment

http://www.esquire.com/blogs/culture/kate-tucker-blue-hotel-video

Esquire's Culture Blog premieres Blue Hotel music  video produced by Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden. Directed by Miriam Bennett

Esquire’s Culture Blog premieres Blue Hotel music video produced by Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden. Directed by Miriam Bennett

 

 

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