Stillsets
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Sage Securities Sage Securities “All Green”
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Shot in June, 2016 for Sage Securities “All Green” Campaign.
Photographed by Randal Ford.

Tom Tailor Denim Tom Tailor Denim
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Shot in October, 2013 in the Mohave desert for the Tom Tailor Denim Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign.
Directed by Anders Overgaard.

Tom Tailor Tom Tailor Horizons
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Shot in October, 2013 in the Mohave desert for the Tom Tailor Horizons Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign.
Directed by Anders Overgaard.

Unitron Unitron “Hearing Matters”.
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Shot in June, 2013, as part of a multi-platform ad campaign for Unitron hearing aids.
Directed by Catherine Ledner.

New York Times “The Generosity of Key and Peele”, a New York Times interactive feature.
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A demonstration of workplace altruism by the comedy duo Key and Peele. Shot in March, 2013.
Directed by Art Streiber.

New York Times “Touch of Evil”, a New York Times interactive feature.
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A video gallery of cinematic villainy, inspired by nefarious icons and featuring the best performers of the year in film. Shot in November, 2011 by Alex Prager.

Aeropostale Aeropostale 2011 Back to School campaign.
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Shot on location in Los Angeles by photographer Andrew Mark. Two high schools, 50 extras, a marching band, a skate boarding bull dog, a custom painted school bus, and bright sunshine.

Alex Prager Despair In 2010 Still Sets provided Production Design for the Alex Prager short film “Despair”.
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The setting: 1960s Los Angeles. Inside a phone booth stands a beautiful woman wearing the portentous femme fatale uniform of red lipstick and high heels. Bright and eerie, it’s picture-perfection. In her first short film, LA-based photographer Alex Prager is going for pure, cinematic melodrama, hoping to catch just one emotion—despair—through her chilling juxtaposition of dreamy Americana aesthetics and back-story brimming with overstated tragedy. Set to a score by composer Ali Helnwein and starring model and actress Bryce Dallas Howard, the film takes its cues from the opening of Charles Laughton’s Night of the Hunter (1955), and the Hans Christian Andersen-inspired 1948 ballet The Red Shoes. According to Prager, Despair was conceived as a living, full-sensory version of her photographic work, which has previously been exhibited at M+B Gallery in Los Angeles, Yancey Richardson in New York and Michael Hoppen in London.