Sunday, February 14, 2016

InFrame, a documentary video series produced by Format dot com and Bas Berkhout of likeknowslike dot com, gets to the heart of the person behind the professional. Through this series of intimate shorts, InFrame is tracing the beautiful — and sometimes turbulent — journeys to success of the incredibly talented people showcasing their work with Format dot com. From their humble beginnings to their unforgettable triumphs, everybody has a story — it’s all about how you frame it.

Paul Pateman

Pâté, also known as Paul Pateman, is a London-based graphic artist with a quick wit and strong, simple aesthetic. Working in both print and digital, he uses his wicked sense of humour to create concept-led images and type compositions. Balancing his time between commercial and personal projects, his roster of clients includes Virgin Media, Discovery Channel UK, Moo, Creative Review and V&A Museum of Childhood.

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Jessica Lehrman

Jessica Lehrman is a Brooklyn-based photographer best known for her raw visual documentation of contemporary underground movements, from protests and social revolutions to the belly of hip hop’s underground community and its emerging artists. Her work has been featured in publications such as Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Billboard, VICE and more.

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Solmaz Saberi

Solmaz Saberi is a Los Angeles-based photographer and director with over a decade of experience in fashion, beauty and entertainment. Spanning commercial, editorial and motion work, her portfolio is characterized by bright hues, bold poses and glamorous fashion. The Iranian-born mother began her career as a hair stylist and makeup artist, initially learning the craft of photography to assemble her first print portfolio. Since, she’s founded quarterly publication Unleash’d Magazine and collaborated with a colorful cast of celebrities, including Paris Hilton, Pia Mia, Miguel, Christina Milian, Amber Rose and more.

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Zun Lee

Zun Lee is a physician, self-taught photographer and visual storyteller based in Toronto. He originally picked up a camera to relieve work-related stress and quickly developed an exacting eye for documentary photography and street portraiture. His intimate projects “Father Figure” and “Fade Resistance” challenge media stereotypes of African-American families and have garnered the attention of The New York Times, The New Yorker, and Magnum Foundation, among others.

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