Tuesday, December 6
AbelCine is presenting a free evening event in partnership with Sony highlighting innovative use of Sony cameras on Vogue World, the fashion show and street fair that premiered during NY Fashion Week.
This event will have two main components: A creative panel with some of the key members of the Vogue World production team in the theater and a multi-camera fashion show demo – showcasing multiple Sony cameras, such as the VENICE 2 with Extension System 2 and FR7, in different builds featuring the MoSys MoRail, Nodo Inertia Wheels, Motion Impossible AGITO with MagTrax, and more – in the showroom. Attendees will get a chance to go hands-on with the cameras, as well as get their questions answered by AbelCine and Sony specialists.
About Vogue World
Vogue World: New York was launched as a first-of-its-kind event — featuring a runway show presenting Vogue’s favourite looks from the fall 2022 collections, with pieces from Balenciaga, Dior, Gucci, Valentino, Burberry, Coach, Michael Kors, Brother Vellies, Bode, Conner Ives, Christopher John Rogers, Collina Strada, Matty Bovan, Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch, and many other designers. In-person and virtual attendees also had the chance to shop limited-edition pieces. In addition to the show, there was a street fair experience made up of Vogue-curated newsstands and limited-edition items created in partnership with leading brands. Last but not least, a surprise performance from Lil’ Nas X closed out the party.
Sam Wrench is an Emmy-award-winning Director working across live event / music, documentary and branded content. Sam works in both the US & UK and is freelance. In 2018/19, he directed Netflix’s first music competition format Rhythm+Flow. Previously he’s helmed YouTube’s talent format Best. Cover. Ever for Ryan Seacrest Prods/Endemol Shine North America and Sky 1’s Sing: Ultimate A Capella alongside The Radio 1 Teen Awards, and the return of MTV’s Unplugged, which won Best Live at the UKMVA’s. 2020 ushered in a new approach to capturing live performance, using XR & AR to capture the MTV VMA‘s as well as the League Of Legends Opening Ceremony in Shanghai. He has directed live performances featuring artists as diverse as Katy Perry for YouTube and Mumford & Sons in front of 60,000 at Hyde Park, as well as a Netflix comedy special for Jimmy Carr and the Topshop Fashion Show. | www.samwrench.com
Rick Siegel is an award-winning Director of Photography, who has worked in film and television for over 30 years. Siegel was DP on the Emmy-nominated HBO Special Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill starring Audra McDonald. His narrative film work includes the feature films Bomber, Trust, Greed, Bourbon & Bullets, and the short films The Shovel, The Dare Project, and 20 Dollar Drink. Siegel’s most recent work includes the concert film with Bill Murray, New Worlds: The Cradle of Civilization, Vogue World, The Play That Goes Wrong, and Trevor: The Musical, among many others. Siegel won an EMMY Award for Outstanding Achievement for Single Camera Photography for his episodic narrative work on ABC’s Crash The Curiousaurus. | www.ricksiegel.net
Jake Hartmann is a Tech Manager/Engineer at NY-based TV Tech Managers, which provides show management, technical design, and equipment solutions for live and broadcast events. Jake has been working in the industry since he was a teenager and has covered just about every role there is to offer. He prides himself on his ability to find clean and simple technical solutions for creative challenges. Clients include MTV, NBC, Netflix, Nickelodeon, Spotify, Apple, Amazon, Bravo, HBO, Frank Ocean, Beastie Boys, Christines, and many others. | LinkedIn
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