AboutFeast have worked with some of today's most acclaimed photographers and understand the methods and approach used in their work. With Rob's background in fashion and commercial photography and Hettie's post production expertise, they are able to translate the photographers vision from stills to moving image, creating quality content without compromise.
In 2009, Feast founders Hettie and Rob worked on their first project together, an emotive stop motion promo for Pete Lawrie, (Island Records) which was selected as a Staff Pick on Vimeo and won a Ffresh Music Media award. Since then they've directed a number of music promo's, notably, several for the artist Louis La Roche which received close to a million YouTube views. This successful collaboration has continued until the present day culminating in the formation of Feast Films in 2014.
If you are a talented photographer, director or creative, and you've got a project you'd like to discuss then please feel free to get in touch here.
Bio - Rob Jarvis
Rob started his career in fashion photography, working as a digital operator and first assistant to many prominent photographers including Alice Hawkins and David Titlow. During this time he began his journey in cinematography and honed his skills in camera and lighting. He has worked with a host of different clients and brands as a cinematographer on many projects in the UK and around the world, including Kate Bush’s single release “Wild Man”, content for Nowness and ShowStudio. He maintains his passion and excitement for what he does that now forms a part of Feast Films.
Bio - Hettie Griffiths
With a background in animation and motion graphics, Hettie has gained comprehensive experience working as an editor for production and animation studios including Jelly London, StitchThat and SuperPlex Pictures. Her skills cover many areas of post-production, but her main focus is editing live action, weaving compelling stories by bringing image, sound and score together to create something succinct and engaging. Working closely with a mix of talented directors, the films she has edited have gone on to be nominated for the Virgin Media Shorts Awards, winning an IdeasTap competition in association with The British Library and an ADCAN Award. Hettie is able to draw on her knowledge of motion graphics combined with her skill and passion for editing to be able to offer a unique and extensive value to her work.