Mars, the six-part series from executive producers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer, tells the fictitious story of Earth’s first crewed mission to Mars in 2033 — while weaving in the very real efforts happening in 2016 to get us there.
The series will premiere on Nov. 13 internationally in 171 countries to 450 million homes on the National Geographic Channel.
Spanish designer brand, Pedro del Hierro, has over the years turned into a name with a natural, and a unique sense of urban style inspired in today’s contemporary self-confident men and women.
For their latest campaign, Pedro del Hierro teamed up with Fast Management’s photographer Diego Merino and top models Karlina Caune and Noah Mills.
Raul Docasar gets to team up with Fashion Editor, Tasha Ling as they shoot motorsport’s latest wunderkid Dan Wells for the April issue of Prestige Magazine Hong Kong.
If you happen to be in New York go visit The Museum at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) and their Fairy Tale Fashion Exhibition with works by Fast Management very own Eugenio Recuenco. The exhibition runs until April 16, 2016.
Coco Rocha is one of our favorite models at Fast Management having with worked with our photographers many times.
For the latest issue of Australian COLLECTIVE HUB Magazine, Coco Rocha graces their cover story with stunning by Richard Ramos.
American luxury department store Saks Fifth Avenue launches their latest magalog for Fall-Winter 2015 featuring the shoot they asked Diego Merino to carry out for them at Linlithgow Palace in Scotland.
The palace was one of the principal residences of the monarchs of Scotland in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Richard Ramos shoots superstar football player Cristiano Ronaldo for his latest CR7 Underwear Campaign.
The 7.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal last week has seen many people help in the effort to raise funds for those affected in the tragedy. Supermodel Cindy Crawford and photographer John-Paul Pietrus are doing their part to help with funds by selling ten limited edition prints of the supermodel signed by both Cindy and Pietrus. Available for $1,000, 100% of the funds of the 20×24 print will go towards the British Red Cross for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal. You can also do your part by visiting RedCross.org.
“I started charity print sales several years ago first with Tao Okamoto for the Japanese earthquake appeal, and about one and a half years ago with Naomi Campbell, Tao Okamoto, Mariacarla Boscono, Fei Fei Sun, Andreja Pejic, Rob Evans, and Tian Yi for Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) appeal. From those projects, I’ve become aware how much of a positive difference I can make simply through my reputation and talents as a photographer,” the photographer says about the project.
If you are interested in purchasing one of the limited edition prints please contact the photographer, John-Paul Pietrus at firstname.lastname@example.org
The long awaited moment has arrived and we can share with you the trailer to The Second Defeat a film by Eugenio Recuenco.
At the end of 2014, Eugenio Recuenco and Eric Dover started a crowdfunding towards the production costs of making their movie The Second Defeat based on the book, Los Girasoles Ciegos (The Blind Sunflowers) by Spanish writer Alberto Méndez.
This crowdfunding was aimed at equipping the professionals who would worked on this project with the necessary tools to ensure that their creativity and eagerness was not betrayed by a tight budget, thus allowing them the freedom to do the true justice this project truly deserved.
This short film has a special feature. When SOGECINE and Jose Luis Cuerda selflessly assigned the rights of Alberto Méndez’s book, their sole condition was that the project had a non-profit nature. Therefore it was decided that , if the crowdfunding target budget of €205,000 was exceeded the surplus amount will be allocated to DYES, an NGO that works in countries like Sierra Leone, Chad and the Ivory Coast promoting education and sport as elements of peace and development, and helping to rehabilitate child soldiers.
The Second Defeat, is a breathtaking story dealing with a young poet who escaped from the victors of a terrible war to the mountains together with his pregnant wife. In this lonely and cold scenario, the young woman gives birth to a child and dies right after. Thanks to a private diary, where the man puts his fear into words, we can picture the background of the futile fight of the father to save his son’s life.
Filming started in January of 2015.
For more information on the movie, background to the story and its director as well as how to part of this beautiful project and donate through the crowdfunding follow the link;
Fashion magazine Homme Style Remix get up close and personal with John-Paul Pietrus in their latest issue with a six page interview and feature about his life behind the camera.