The “End of Bees film” for ABOVE-Magazine featuring ecomodel Summer Rayne Oakes.
Could you stand naked, covered by bees?
Summer Rayne Oakes learned to do so—for a good cause: awareness of a mass-die-off that we can help to reverse.
Short film produced. shot, and directed by filmmaker Clayton Haskell for ABOVE magazine, featuring the Summer Rayne Oakes bee shoot at the Puntacana Ecological Foundation, Domincan Republic. Topic conceived by Summer Rayne Oakes as an artistic awareness tool to get the word out about Colony Collapse Disorder. Music by Moby. The short film was shot on RED ONE 1781 with a set of Zeiss ZF (nikon mount) primes and a Tokina 11-16mm. This was a one man band of a crew, run and gun guerrilla production. Hope you enjoy.
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