Directed by Henry Jacobson
Featuring Rachel @ BMG & Olivia @ Level 1
Cinematography by Henry Jacobson
Edited by Emma Tammi
Styling by Brit Cato
Styling Assistant Kaylee Frazier
Hair & Makeup by Bethany Brill
Photo Assistant Randy James
Music by Sunny Levine and Eamon Ryland
Stalker (3:47) directed by Henry Jacobson, is a fashion film about obsessive love. Featuring Rachel and Olivia, the secret obsession of one girl for the other is revealed until they finally meet face to face. Edited by Emma Tammi, styling by Brit Cato, hair and makeup by Bethany Brill, with music by Sunny Levine and Eamon Ryland.
Henry Jacobson is a photographer and filmmaker based in New York and Los Angeles. He is the cinematographer on many documentary feature films, including the upcoming Fambul Tok, about community reconciliation in Sierra Leone. His still fashion and portraiture has been seen in many publications including Marie Claire Italy, GOOD Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, Christian Science Monitor, and others. His most recent fashion film, “Lost/Loved” (another collaboration with editor/producer Emma Tammi, starring Brea Grant) was co-presented by Zink Magazine and Ace Hotels. He is a recent finalist in PDN’s “the look” fashion photography contest.
He is currently editing, again with Ms. Tammi, his next short film with Designer Ata Omerbasic of Sarajevo, Bosnia. This is the next phase of his “Fashion for Peace” project, designed to nurture the creativity and develop the businesses of fashion artists working in post-conflict countries.
Born in Compton, CA. Raised in Texas. Brit Cato attended Otis College of Art and Design and received formal training in Wardrobe styling for Television & Film. Brit has had a long journey with styling. It began with her mother making and designing her clothes as a child. While she didn’t follow in her mothers footsteps and start designing, she knew that fashion was her calling. After college, Brit began collaborating with fashion photographers and designers, which landed her a position at Art Center College of Design as assistant to legendary fashion photographer Paul Jasmin. Brit taught styling and the fundamentals of working with a stylist to the fashion photography students.
Upon moving to New York, Brit began working with Milano fashion photographer Marco Marezza, while also learning from major stylists such as Kim Bowen, Sally Lyndley and Luke Storey. Brit.Cato is a freelance stylist and continues to work with Henry Jacobson.
In the debut solo album Love Rhino, singer-songwriter Sunny Levine delivers a sparsely textured chronicle of love gone wrong. Sunny presents his side of the story as “a glimpse into a bizarre breakup set to classic California sounds”. Intertwining quirky, insightful lyrics and laidback beats, Sunny maps a relationship’s bumpy path. Sunny comes from a strong musical heritage, which becomes increasingly clear as the album progresses. His grandfather is Quincy Jones, his father is producer Stewart Levine (Simply Red, Joe Cocker, BB King, Dr. John, Minnie Ripperton, and Jamie Cullum) and his uncle is producer QD3 (Tupac Shakur, Ice Cube). Sunny followed in the family footsteps producing artists such as The Happy Mondays, Mickey Avalon, Pete Yorn, and Hugh Masekela, with his own solo album on the backburner.