Filmmaker Brad Kremer and photographer Michael Levine had something in common: they were impressed with each other’s work. So when Levin needed some video footage shot in Japan for a project, he contacted Kremer who agreed to accompany him to Japan. But what Levin got was much more than what he asked for.
In Kremer’s own words:
I wanted to document Michael at work, in Japan, in a way that hasn’t really been explored with photographers. I told Michael of my idea to make an artistic representation of his experiences in the Land of the Rising Sun – to show him in his working environment in a way that complimented his work. Not to explain it with words, but to feel it through the flow of the film. I wanted to show the process, the journey, the adventure in a way that would give the viewer an emotional connection to Michael and his photography.
The final result is something that I think is truly original… something that showcases who Michael is, and more importantly, what his work is all about. This film is a collaboration between Michael and I and our love for photography, film, Japan and adventure. This is a subject that Michael and I are continuing to explore as we plan more trips together, more films and more adventures.
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via PDN Pulse