Signe Vilstrup is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dividing her time primarily between Copenhagen, Paris and Milan. She has a great passion for beauty and aesthetics, and through photography she found the ideal way to express ideas and visions. Mainly shooting fashion, lifestyle and personalities. Her experience also includes advertising campaigns, video directing and film stills.
John Neumeier says of his choreography, that they “create movements that move.” This emotional approach, of transforming dance into a dream, characterizes the Hamburg Ballet. “Movements, that move” is therefore the central theme for the first image campaign of the company at all.
Tutting is a contemporary abstract interpretive street dance style modeled after Egyptian hieroglyphics. The term Tutting is derived from the name of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun. Tutting is performed with attention to the musics’ rhythm by altering the position of the body and limbs in a synchronized, robotic manner.
Imagine a city as a living, breathing, organism; its inhabitants scurrying about, the lifeblood pumping through its streets and alleyways. A point of view, a perception, an homage brought by Beno Saradzic to the city that he loves, Abu Dhabi.
Negative space is the space around and between the subject of an image. The negative space helps to define a subject, helps emphasizing a message. This basic and often overlooked principle of design gives the eye a “place to rest”, increasing the appeal of a composition through subtle means.