Came across this little piece and it reminded me of you guys for more than one reason. The main reason I thought it was relevant was the storytelling involved. Jay Cheel shot this as a way of experimenting with re-enactments for his larger upcoming project. Seeing as how we just finished Deloitte this really caught my eye. There are a lot of similarities and I just think it's a testament to how much more we can do with storytelling to enhance interviews.
I shot this with the Panasonic AF100, using the following lenses: Nikon 50mm, Nikon 35mm, Panasonic Lumix 14mm. I didn’t do a whole lot for lighting aside from assisting some of the practical lights in Matt’s apartment (a 650 bounced off the ceiling), and stringing some coloured Christmas lights in the background for some visual points of interest. For the interviews, I used a single bulb cool light hung directly overhead the subjects along with a 250W tungsten key light (diffused X2) and another cool light as a back light.