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;







Posted on Apr 27, 2015 in Culture, Editorial, Interview, John-Paul Pietrus, News | No Comments

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.

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Posted on Apr 14, 2015 in Design, Fast Management, Li&Co, News | No Comments

After months of demolition, renovation and design challenges Fast Management is moving to its new home.

None of this could have been possible without the amazing vision of award winning designer Johnny Li and his team at Li&Co.

Who would have thought that the shabby office we found could be given such a Cinderella treatment. More photos coming soon…




Eugenio Recuenco and Eric Dover are back, after over a week of shooting in Los Angeles for Niccolo, the latest hospitality brand from  Hong Kong’s Marco Polo Hotels Group since 1989. It is time to make the selection of images and cut the film.

The result could not have been possible without the amazing talent, crew and locations. Very exciting days ahead.

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Posted on Apr 23, 2014 in Editorial, John-Paul Pietrus, News | No Comments

Fast Management’s John-Paul Pietrus takes on the role of Editor-at-Large for 7th Man Magazine.

7th Man is a high-end luxury men’s fashion magazine dedicated to the style conscious man of today.

Look out for the latest issue of the magazine in which Fast Management’s John-Paul Pietrus took on the role of Editor-at-Large.




Posted on May 5, 2013 in News | No Comments

Fast Management is proud to announce the representation of Kal Griffig.




Posted on Apr 12, 2013 in Celebrity, Lorenzo Agius, News | No Comments
We are delighted to welcome Lorenzo Agius to Fast Management.Lorenzo has become known as one of the pre-eminent portrait photographers of his generation.Huffington Post’s Sam Parker wrote of Lorenzo the following in May, 2012;

When, back in 1996, photographer Lorenzo Agius went to shoot some relatively unknown actors making a film called Trainspotting, he couldn’t have known he was about to create some of the most iconic images of the decade.

Not that anything about that day or his subsequent success could be considered a fluke. After the shoot – which featured Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton) staring in a state of shock directly into the camera, seemingly wet, with a cigarette dangling from his mouth – made Agius’ name, he went on the capture the spirit of the 90s in new ways.

In 1997 came the famous shot of Liam Gallagher and Patsy Kensit draped in a Union Jack that would not only grace the cover of Vanity Fair, but capture the essence of Cool Britannia – a concept that may make us cringe now but at the time felt, well, cool.

From that point onwards Agius’ career shot off further and further into celebrity orbit, as he added the world’s biggest stars to his roster – Angelina, Brad, Beyonce, Madonna and just about everyone else in the world you need only refer to by their first name.





Posted on Jan 1, 2013 in News | No Comments
Model Sun Fei Fei was a new face and was starting in her career as a model when we booked her for Shanghai Tang’s Fall Winter 2009 campaign and again for Spring Summer 2010. Both campaigns were shot by Richard Ramos.
We saw in Fei Fei the potential to be an international ambassador for Asian beauty and that is precisely what happened.
Fei Fei is currently regarded as one of the top models in the World. After Shanghai Tang went on to become the face of brands such as Louis Vuitton, Prada, CK Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani Beauty, H&M, Chanel Beauty and has graced the pages of some of the leading fashion magazine’s of the World.
This month, Fei Fei became the first Asian Model to grace the cover of Italian Vogue shot by Steven Meisel.
We are so very proud.