Jewish Museum of Australia, Melburn

А short documentary film we created for a large exhibition, dedicated to the famous photographer Helmut Newton. It depicts the years in which Newton interned in the studio of a Jewish photographer named Elsa Neulander, who was later murdered in an extermination camp. In order to trace the first steps of the renowned artist, we went to Berlin to locate the sources of inspiration and document the environment in which he learned what later made him one of the most famous photographers in history.

Museum of Jewish History and the Holocaust, Santiago de Chile
The Royal Room, Herodium