LET’S GET LOST (5:48)
Created by Jordan Doner
Featuring: Vanda, Vera, Kristi, Irina, Andrea, Anna Gilca, Tanea Golban, Ana Podoleanu and Natalia Onofrei, Olga G.
Cinematography & editing by Jordan Doner
Styling by Honza Pokorny, Oxana Kohana and Ana Nechita.
Hair and makeup by Ana Podoleanu, Lucie Jank?, Eva Svobodová, Lucie Šourková
Music “Let’s Get Lost” by The Wilfred Brandingham Experience Vs. DJ Kye Lee. Vocals and Lyrics by Jordan Doner, produced by DJ Kye Lee and iLLshim.
Created by Jordan Doner, Let’s Get Lost (5:48), journeys through the terrains of Eastern Europe allowing the imagination loose to discover the unforeseen in locations such as Prague, Chisinau & Transylvania. Featuring styling by Honza Pokorny, Oxana Kohana and Ana Nechita and original music by The Wilfred Brandingham Experience Vs. DJ Kye Lee. Vocals and Lyrics by Jordan Doner, produced by DJ Kye Lee and iLLshim.
FEATURED CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES:
ELISABETTA FRANCHI, ANIMA TUA
OSCAR DE LA RENTA, OBSESSION
PATRICK MATAMOROS’ CHAPEL VINTAGE T’S
VIKTOR & ROLF, OBSESSION
Jordan Doner is a New York City based artist and photographer. His fashion work has appeared on the covers of international editions of Vogue, Bazaar, L’Official, and in the pages of Interview, Wallpaper, V, Visionaire, Jalouse, GQ, the Wall Street Journal and other titles. Jordan’s first portrait job was shooting painter Peter Halley for Vogue Italia. His early portraiture includes American cultural icon Timothy Leary, poet Alan Ginsburg, and modernist architect Morris Lapidus. Jordan has photographed pop stars Lil’ Kim, Foxy Brown, the Brazillian Girls, the Kills, Rob Zombie, designers Dominico Dolce & Stefano Gabana, Hollywood darlings China Chow, Bijou Phillips, Elodie Bouchez, and Gerald Butler.
His conceptual photography has been featured in the Arts section of the New York Times, exhibited at the P.S. 1 Museum, Miami Art Basel, and auctioned at Christies. His cultural criticism has been published by Thadeaus Ropec Gallery in Paris. His design work has been featured at the Whitney Museum Store, and is part of the permanent collection of the Cooper Hewitt Museum, the MET Costume Institute, and the Louvre. Jordan has a B.A. in philosophy from the University of Michigan, and has studied photography at the I.C.P., digital media at Parsons, and Film & Video production at NYU’s Tisch Film Institute
DJ Kye Lee
“Kye Lee was born in Austin, Texas and started on the piano at the age of 3 and she was immediately immersed into all the classics. Once adolescence hit and her taste for music began to grow and expand, including genres from hip-hop and pop to country and rock, there was not a night that went by she wasn’t up past bedtime, discretely listening to CDs and the radio with the volume turned low, recording mix tapes. Her first trip in those teenage years to her parents’ hometown of Seoul, Korea introduced her to the international music scene, and getting scolded for spending every last penny of allowance on CDs was common.
Urged half-jokingly by a friend that she spent enough time in clubs listening to DJs that she should try DJing, Kye started playing around with vinyl and turntables, and in the funny way that life works sometimes, and within months, a friend introduced her to a DJ agency, STADJ Model/DJs, which led to her first professional gigs at major venues such as Avenue NYC, various W Hotel locations around NYC, and Harrah’s Casino Atlantic City. In just two years, her resume of clients expanded to include hotspots such as Greenhouse, Juliet Supperclub, Thompson Hotel, Dream Hotel NYC downtown, and Colony L.A., among numerous private and corporate parties and events. Good vibes, good energy, and illuminating those vibes through music are her focus on the decks; this model dj is one that’s NOT just for show.”