Have you ever felt that feeling when you absolutely know you’ll never repeat an experience ever again? I can almost bet my life that I’ll never be surrounded again by three semi-trailers worth of popcorn. If you think I’m wrong and can think of another instance when I will be, please hit me up; we need to chat.
For the 2018 fall/winter season I joined the Bureau Betak team as a freelance production assistant that saw me enter a post-apocalyptic world on 70’s Americana also known as Calvin Klein by Raf Simons. I’ve worked well over 100 shows throughout the years but this one was definitely in a league of its own. I still have popcorn kernels stuck in my shoes. While the work was all the same as in any other production, the vibe was definitely surreal and I credit that to Raf’s vision. It’s often said that a great organization is run by a great head and you can definitely see that he’s creatively running CK, reinvigorating it with the dose of B-12 we didn’t know the brand needed. Western wear was modern and sleek and Mumford and Son’s sound of silence was uplifting; for not making any sense everything perfectly gelled and made sense.
If you want to see something you’ve never seen, I definitely encourage you to check out the clip below and see how fun a red barn can be.
Video courtesy of FF Channel.
PS – This all happened inside of the New York Stock Exchange. Makes perfect sense, doesn’t it?
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