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Carys Watford Rosey Posey Creations Ballet Film

Not so long ago, I showed you a magical fashion film that Carys Watford and her team created to showcase the headpieces of Rosey Posey Creations. It was a dreamy and summery morning shoot set in fields of bluebells, and it was like another little world. Well, they’ve teamed up again, and this time it’s all about the ballet and the elegance of dance. And it shows how versatile Claire’s creations are because this sophisticated shoot is very different to her alternative ones, such as Dolly Goes to the Seaside and our Tim Burton themed one!

The Story of the Film Shoot

“In my latest fashion film for Rosey Posey Creations, who are always a joy to collaborate with, I wanted to capture the style, elegance, and beauty of the brand through the poise and grace of ballet. With the supremely talented dancers Erin O’Toole and Elodie Lawrence attached early on, my next task was to find the ideal location to showcase the beauty of the floral headbands and the ballerinas.

“As soon as I set foot in the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, I knew I’d found the perfect setting to really elevate the film to the next level. The stunning, imperial, historic grandeur of the eighteenth century architecture perfectly complements the grace of the ballerinas’ movement. with the blue of the dresses and colourful floral accessories clashing exquisitely with the white stone of the riverside building.

“Shot on a perfect blue-skied morning during the heatwave of late June 2015, with my favourite director of photography, Heath McWaters, whose flowingly smooth camerawork follows the ballerinas in a seamless dance, I couldn’t be happier with the finished result.

“The hypnotic beauty of Heinali’s musical score and the faultless editing skills of Eoghan Synnott come together to create my favourite fashion film I’ve directed to date!”

Credits

A fashion film directed by Carys Watford.
Created by Arcadian Fields Pictures
Headpieces – Rosey Posey Creations
Starring – Erin O’Toole and Elodie Lawrence
Cinematography – Heath McWaters
Editing – Eoghan Synnott
Grading – Jonny Tully
Music – Heinali