Happy New Year and welcome to the first Bareface newsletter of 2011!
As always we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our clients and partners a happy new year and to share with you some of the latest projects that have kept us busy in 2010.
We hope you enjoy this issue!
Wishing you all a great and prosperous 2011.
2011 is already promising to be a great year for us at Bareface. Our first and biggest news of the year is that Bareface turns 10 years old this February! We are all very excited and want to thank all of our clients who have worked with us throughout the years. Make sure you look out for our special competitions and offers throughout the month of February. If you are not already make sure you follow us on facebook, twitter, our photography and bookers blogs, linked in and youtube pages so you don’t miss out on all the fun!
We are also very pleased to announce the expansion of our Entertainers division. With new appointments and fresh new entertainers being added to our books, the division is off to a great start tackling events in the region at a much larger scale! Look out for the Laureus Sports awards, which Bareface Entertainers have already been confirmed to take part in again this year.
One of our favourite things to do is give back so we were ecstatic to have been part of this amazing initiative. Frontline Fashion, managed and run by Melissa Higgins, in support of Haiti is a website that aims to raise awareness through 7 slogan t-shirts reading ‘Humanity is always in Style’. To help support Melissa, five Bareface Models including Rene B, Michelle, Emma, Ayan, Phong, Hair & Makeup artist Kat Sumners, and Photographer Martin Beck all came together donating their time and talents to produce and shoot the charity’s very first campaign.. These gorgeous t-shirts are all available for sale at www.frontlinef.com
Click here to read more about it in Grazia!
Graham Tooby’s most recent work includes these shots for Mont Blanc watches through Leo Burnett, Dubai.
Our international photographer Will Pryce flew in to shoot this series for Q Home Décor stores. Quite a challenging shoot but no project is too tough for our production team, who had to go into fully furnished villas, remove all the owners’ existing furniture, refurnish each and every villa with the Q Home furniture, and build fake walls that needed to be painted for each shot! Overall the shoot was a huge success and we’re all proud of being part of it.
This stunning editorial shoot and one of our very favourites of the year was shot by Photographer Tejal Patni for Grazia magazine with the gorgeous Alexandra B. The striking hair & makeup was created by Kat Sumners.
Another of our favourites - this editorial shot for Oryx magazine features Bareface Model Masha. The cool as ice photoshoot was shot by Photographer Toufic Araman for Qatar Airways’ onboard magazine.
A recent international production the Bareface team managed, the latest BMW 5 Series campaign above was shot on location throughout various areas of Oman and Dubai.
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Together with Impact BBDO, Qatar, our production team led by producer Reshel Shah organized and managed this recent image library production for Qtel. Bareface photographer Dougal Paterson shot the series of images, and the cast and crew included 33 Bareface Models including Majd, Hamza, Mohannad and Emilio. Styling on the shoot was done by Mary-kei and hair & makeup by Kat Sumners.
Bareface Entertainers loved being part of this event, the first of its kind in Libya! We supplied the photographer, all the hostesses, presenters and stylists throughout the event. One of the first international assignments for the division, Bareface Entertainers plan on expanding more on a global scale throughout 2011.
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