Gaultier Installation at the Brooklyn Museum of Art for WSJ

Behind the scenes seems to be my thing lately. It’s quite enjoyable getting to see how something comes together. Recently I shot a piece for the Wall Street Journal as the exhibit “The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk” was installed at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. I’m not much of a fashionista but even still the work is quite brilliant. I would check it out before it leaves in February. You can see more at here on WSJ.

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Video for Wall Street Journal “Real Estate To Die For”

Quirky stories seem to find us lately. Keith shot a pretty interesting piece for the Wall Street Journal on real estate for the afterlife. With Grecian columns and leaded-glass windows imported from Poland, Arthur Allan’s future New York home is a welcoming and luxurious space. But he doesn’t want to move in anytime soon—it is his private mausoleum.

REAL ESTATE TO DIE FOR from Keith Bedford on Vimeo.