Malibu Magazine Vol. 15 Issue 1 covershoot. Behind the scenes with Ruth Wilson
Executive Producer | Jason Rouse
Director | Tyler Kindred
Photographer | Steven Lippman
Producer | Eric Rasmussen
Digital Technician | Dan Gottesman
Landscape Motion Steven Lippman
BTS Motion | Chris Johnson & Dan Gottesman
Wardrobe Stylist | Erin Walsh
Wardrobe Assistants | Mary Gigler & Sara Taves
Hair | Earl Simms
Makeup | Ayami Nishimura
PA | Dennis Marmon
Equipment | Hub New York Rentals
Hotel | The Standard Highline
Catering | Fresh Company
Location | Glynwood Farms
Music | “Elevator Song (Ulrich Schnauss Remix) by Keaton Henson
Malibu Magazine Vol. 15 Issue 1 covershoot. Behind the scenes with Ruth Wilson.
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