In the lead up to International Women’s Day, active-wear brand Running Bare has released ‘This One’s For Me’, a bold campaign from Playtime director Suzanne Kim.
The campaign focuses on real life gymnast, Emma Nedov, during a training session. It’s a story that connects with women in a meaningful way to express the importance of physical mindfulness and self-belief.
Kim said: “I wanted a strong character that embodied empowerment and to capture her exactly how she is: an active protagonist with her own story and song.
“Celebrating the complexity of femininity, she is unapologetic and doesn’t need anyone’s permission in her athletic pursuit”.
Running Bare design director Yolanda Powell added: “The Running Bare woman approaches her life with a sense of optimism and dynamism and we endeavour to harness that energy in everything that we do.
“This is why we work with Suzanne. It is rare for me to hand over creative licence to anyone when it comes to Running Bare, but Suzanne always nails the brief and her delivery far surpasses our expectations.
“Working with Suzanne is always a pleasure. She really understands how to create a world where sport, femininity and pure presence all run together”.
Production Company: Playtime
Director & Producer: Suzanne Kim
Cinematographer: Campbell Brown
Editor: Grace Eyre
Colourist: Fergus Rotherham
Post-Production: The Editors
Music Composer: Helena Czajka
Sound: Uncanny Valley
Casting: Daisy Hicks, i4 Casting
Hair & Makeup: Melanie Burnicle
Talent: Emma Nedov
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