Chris is a director and photographer.
This is his Fabrik.
Double Cannes award-winner, Clio award winner and all-round celebrated talent Chris Hewitt is a self-taught film director with a background in photography, graphic design and animation. His films for Audi, Dunlop, Infinit and Intel lend gravity and composure to the brands and his dark, cinematic and provocative style builds a sense of energy and motion in his work, sweeping the viewer along into his slipstream.
Chris' work is often showcased and you'll find him featured amongst the pages of Creative Review, Vice, Entertainment Weekly, VOTD, 1.4, and Pitchfork.
Chris is using our Airdura theme, stripped down to its most minimal elements. Using the homepage as a full and complete listing of his recent work, he's showing us only what he's working on right now and the best of what he's produced in the last couple of years.
By using Airdura's project layouts he's chosen a mix of Stacked and Slideshow options to tell a story through each project, or to mix disparate shots into a more cohesive theme.
Following the longer-form project pages Chris uses his journal to further document his process visually and fill in the gaps behind the shoots.
Most recently Chris is becoming more involved in his photography and is in the process of putting together a couple of collections of his work. Alongside his commercials and music video work he's currently shooting his short film Tomorrow Today.
If you’re moving over to Fabrik from an old website you can easily set up 301 redirects so that specific pages indexed from your old site have a home in your new Fabrik site. This means you won’t lose your existing search traffic and search engines will have an easier time finding the new destination of your most popular pages.
Fabrik provides a number of cropping options to give you control over how your imagery is presented on your site. We believe in letting you decide how our themes work with your images for the best result. Of course, cropping is optional for those of you who prefer to present every glorious detail of your work.
Take advantage of tagging to give your projects and blog articles context. Tags enable your audience to focus and filter your content to get to what they want to see faster.