Finally! Photographer Anna Schori is back in Sthlm from NYC and Rockson has been given the honour to be representing her! Anna is most known for her amazing celebrity portraits and for her travel and lifestyle images of people, landscape and interior. More of her work will join the site soon but please go in here now and take a look!
Johan Renck shot the campaign for new label ‘Brand Fyr - Fine leather goods and fashion accessories’ created by Johan and Martin Renck. Luxury with a touch of metal and bondage. The web shop opens on October 8th, so to get your own piece don’t be late!
Daniel Takacs has been involved in some amazing projects lately. He shot director Fia-Stina Sandlund feature She’s Wild Again Tonight – with premiere at the Sthlm Intl Film Festival in November. And these two beautiful films for McDonalds with dir Marcus Söderlund, and don’t miss Madi Banjas ft. Lorentz hit Du och jag. Click here to watch!
New work for Oriflame, Efva Attling, Lumene and Watch World!
DoP Linda Wassberg and director Lisa Aschan collaborates again! White People is a drama/thriller about hierachies and power which takes place in an underground prison somewhere in Sweden. Actors among others are Pernilla August, Vera Vitali and Issaka Sawadogo. The film will be in theaters this fall. Watch the trailer by clicking here!
Joona Laulajainen joined Rockson before the summer and we are so happy to represent him! Joona lives between Stockholm and London with Fashion and Still life as his main field. These are new images for RODEO, Plaza Kvinna and Case Factory! Watch more of Joonas work here and contact us for requests!
Cinematographer Fredrik Wenzel was named in prestigeous Variety’s ‘Below the Line Impact Report 2015′. Variety writes:
Wenzel won the prestigious Sven Nykvist Cinematography Award for 2014’s “The Quiet Roar” and shot “Force Majeure,” which won the Certain Regard jury prize at Cannes last year. Not bad for someone who never went to film school. “I just learned by watching,” he says. Wenzel is shooting “Aeterna,” an ambitious globe-spanning two-year project he calls “non-verbal, in the tradition of ‘Koyaanisqatsi.’ I have no big plans. (I just want) to stay curious.”