Adam Souter Collective

Website:

www.AdamSouterCollective.com.au

This is a collective of my photography, videos and time-lapses.

All Images are available for print.

Email:

adam@adamsoutercollective.com.au
Recent Tweets @Adam_Souter
Who I Follow

North America In Motion is now proudly supported by Corona Extra and Kirin Cider!

@flickthebean down at Maroubra Beach on a Sunday arvo with ATV @dirty_rotten_

@the_moff the rehearsal of North America in Motion!

iPad stands custom built for the exhibition! #prettylaadeedaa 22nd of August is gonna be a great night!

Hand made bed with Australian Eucalyptus (Blackbutt) hardwood. #ikeaisforsuckers

SKIN from SkinShortFilm on Vimeo.

A child taxidermist, an outsider in his small town, is entranced by a girl who finds his work beautiful. But just as their relationship begins to progress, he does something that drastically changes everything.

Website: facebook.com/SkinMovie
Twitter: twitter.com/JordanaSpiro

CREDITS:
Director: Jordana Spiro.
Screenwriters: David Pablos, Jordana Spiro.
Producers: Alvaro R. Valente, Naomi Spiro, Benjamin Rubin, Jordana Spiro.
Cast: Sarah Clark, Albert Flood.
Cinematographer: Hatuey Viveros Laveille.
Editor: Naomi Spiro.
Production Designer: Minji Kang.
Composer: Todd Maki.

James Jirat Patradoon meets Formula Ford - Video from 25 and SUNNY on Vimeo.

Produced by 25andSUNNY
Director: Armando Romero
DOP: Seamus Mullen
Art Director: Luke Trevitt
Music: Blockhead.

Rainbow leads to the police. Only in Jyndabyne!

Sam and Ame plus some random in his phone!!

Revy friends in jyndabyne! Xx

@dirty_rotten_ I found your shirt in the highest pub in oz! Yew

Beer in the highest pub in Australia! Yew!!! #thredbo

15cm of fresh pow, thredbo is better! @squirrelarj

39 days to go! #northamerica

Hair Highway from Studio Swine on Vimeo.

What if you could use human hair as an alternative to diminishing natural materials? Studio Swine travel along the Hair Highway to explore the hair trade and its potential as a future resource.
studioswine.com

Hair Highway is a contemporary take on the ancient Silk Road which transported not only silk but also technologies, aesthetics and ideas between East and West. Investigating the global hair industry in the Shandong province of China, Studio Swine followed the journey of the material from the people who sell their hair through to the hair merchants, markets and factories. The project documents this journey in a film and a collection of highly decorative objects.

China is both the largest importer of tropical hardwood and the biggest exporter of human hair. By combining hair with a natural resin, Studio Swine has created a composite material that provides a sustainable alternative to the planet’s diminishing natural resources with an aesthetic that evokes the palettes of tortoiseshell and a grain resembling that of polished horn or exotic hardwoods. The result is a unique collection of exquisite objects inspired by the 1930’s Shanghai-deco style.

As the world’s population rises, human hair is one natural resource that is increasing. Asian hair regenerates the fastest, growing 16 times more rapidly than tropical hardwoods; it is also incredibly strong - a single strand can take up to 100 grams. Hair Highway reflects on China’s relationship with the rest of the world, while exploring the idea that trade has the ability to not only transport products but also values and perceptions.

Credits
Concept & Design : Alexander Groves & Azusa Murakami
Film : Juriaan Booij
Edit : Sally Cooper
Music : Titus Twelve
Production support : Danful Yang & Lily Xu

Links
juriaanbooij.com
cutandrun.com
studioswine.com