Welcome to the online portfolio and blog of Rodolphe, an independent filmmaker with an addiction for out-of-the-ordinary pictures.

One minute in Ballynatray Estate

Some of you may remember A Porcelain Tale video which I featured on my blog back in April, some of the photos by Shane O’Neill are now in this months edition of Confetti Magazine. I actually never posted the behind the scenes clip. So here it is. Thanks again to the team who made it happen. You can watch A Porcelain Tale here.
Enjoy, It is short and it is sweet.

2 minutes on MV Cill Airne Vessel

This behind the scenes shoot was filmed earlier today on the River Liffey….you might recognise some faces! a vibrant team, a very productive day, nice to see the camera making smiles despite the broken china and the tummy bug. Looking forward to getting to work on the clip.

Stellar Bride, Photoshoot

Back in April, when the weather was mediterranean-like, I had the chance to film a behind the scenes shoot for Stellar magazine. Model, Sarah Morrisey, modelled many different dresses, the most romantic of styles,for their special edition Stellar Bride which is on the shelves now . The shoot took place at Brittas Bay. At around midday, temperatures started to rise and suncream was even needed… lots of happy people headed for the beach. I had a great time and a lot of fun. Enjoy this short clip.

Lilasphotography.com

Here is a recent split screen clip I did for Lilasphotography. She organised a Bridal photoshoot In Dungarvan and I was invited to cover it. Unfortunately the weather played havoc with our plans and we were restricted to shooting indoors but Lila still managed to get great shots. Check out her website.

Music by “I blame Coco”, Selfmachine.

Behind the scenes at Bantry House

2 months ago I filmed a short clip called teatime for Pearl and Godiva specialist in vintage china hire. I got a great response and I m glad you liked it. Many of you had questions about how the shooting went ….this is why I decided to share this clip ” behind the scenes” on the blog. It shows a team of people working together on the set
to make sure everything goes according to plan.
I was going to use this classical piece of music for the original clip but in the end I changed my mind and went for “starcrossed” from Drugstore. I think this classical piece works well to captures the setting and ambiance of the shoot at Bantry House.

You can see on the footage, the makeup artist Kate who did an amazing job , Shane O’Neill the photographer who took some stunning polaroids. The models are Julie, Ronan, Maedhbh and Hailey from lockdown agency, and Pearl who organised the “Party”.
Enjoy the clip!

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