Recollection [a short film]
The story follows the trials and triumphs of three young souls as they journey across the country during the ’30s Dust Bowl, in search of a better life out West.
"The wiser, the waywarder" - W. Shakespeare
a lifetime’s journey begins with a single breath …
one small step …
the right foot
of the left
Directed by Natalie Young (www.NatalieYoung.com)
A READMOND COMPANY / NATALIE YOUNG Production
in collaboration with RISING SUN & CO. Clothing (www.RisingSunJeans.com)
Karla Colletto Cruise 2013 Swim Collection
It was such an honor to direct the video lookbook for Karla Colletto’s Cruise 2013 Swim Collection. I had such an amazing time working with my production company cyberia media, my wonderful crew, the fabulous team at Karla Colletto, and the incredible, award-winning graphic design firm, Design Army! Full credits below.
Concept and Design: Design Army
Director: Tamar Levine
Producer: Richard Levine
Production Company: cyberia media
Music: “Halcyon Days”
Composers: Anthony Phillips [PRS], Sophia Letitia Maclean [PRS]
Director of Photography: Brian O’Connell
Editor: Ely Mennin
Gaffer: Brent Dilger
Grip: Andrew Lee
Swing: Sam Zachrich
Digital Tech: Blake Sinclair
Hair/Make-up: Lexi Swain
Models: Joy Bishop, Katrina Amato
Natalie Young - for SWOOP Magazine
New Video Directed by Natalie Young
Caroline Gleich arriving at the top of Snowbird, Utah for Sunrise. January 2011.
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Shot at Rehab in Las Vegas, sunburn really sums up summer for me! Especially those who party all day and forget to re-apply.
A portrait of a the band Eating Faces. This shot showcases the craziness that is the percussion and sound of the band. This angle was Initially concepted by Collins Schude, the drummer. We took it to the next level by squeezing all the accessories and equipment into very tight frame. I then shot from the balcony down 4 stories with a telephoto lens.
For this assignment, I was inspired by the words “stay away from a perfectly exposed image” & deep dark shadows. Most times all I do is worry about how perfect my exposure is because in digital many times you can’t afford to be off at all. For this assignment, I purposely underexposed my images for the effect. It was a dark, cold and rainy Malibu day. We were shooting in a cold, dark and empty Malibu home. I went with it and brought the atmosphere and darkness into the image by underexposing the image I think the end result and effect worked in favor of the fashion story.