Friday, 15 March 2013

G&T Showreel 2012


Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross Southall 

Aldi - Like Brands adverts - Champagne

Director - Giorgio Bruni
DOP - Toby Ros-Southall
Sound - Diago Sanchez
Producer - Jessica Bell
Production Company - Moxie Pictures
Edit - Rebecca Luff
Grade - Nice Biscuits

David Reviews

Vivienne Westwood Red Label SS13

Director - Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross-Southall (Messrs)
Videographers - Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross-South
Production Company - Love Production



Director - Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross-Southall (Messrs)
Videographers - Giorgio Bruni, Toby Ross-Southall, Towa Shimizu, Mickey Voak

Essential Techniques: Defined Brows


Director - Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross-Southall (Messrs)
Videographers - Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross-South
Production Company - Love Production

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Devlin Ft Wretch 32 - Off With Their Heads

Director - Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross-Southall

Big Thanks to Smoke and Mirror for all the Post work.

Devlin - Off With Their Heads ft Wretch 32 (Behind The Scenes)


Thursday, 12 April 2012

Tuesday, 20 December 2011







Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Big Kids - Drum In My Chest

BIGkids - Drum In Your Chest from BIGkidsmusic on Vimeo.

Directed by Rosie Oddie
DoP : Toby Ross-Southall
Producer : Jade Fitton
Additional Photography : Matteo Bird, Giorgio Bruni, Ralph Fuller, Kit Kingham, Ben Masson, Vanessa Whyte. 
Choreography : Bonnie Oddie​bigkidsmusic​bigkidsmusic​BIGkidsmusic

Thursday, 13 October 2011

Jonathan Darby - Moving Planet

Jonathan Darby - Moving Planet from Jonathan Darby on Vimeo.

Directed by Giorgio Bruni & Jonathan Darby
Edited by Giorgio Bruni & Reuben Fagan

Walter Hugo 'Developing Shadows'

Walter Hugo 'Developing Shadows' from Messrs. on Vimeo.

Directed by Toby Ross-Southall
2nd Camera : Giorgio Bruni
Original Score : KURTZ

Natalia Lesz - That Girl

Natalia Lesz 'That Girl' (Directors Cut) from Messrs. on Vimeo.

Directed by Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross-Southall.
Producer : Andy Soup
DoP : Sam Goldie
Additional Photography : Vanessa Whyte, Towa Noel Shimizu
Art Direction : Ralph Fuller & Polly Brown
Make-Up : Carolina Svensson
Stylist : Elnaz Niknani & Violetta Thalia
Editor : Ben Jordan
Grade : Sonny (FARM)
Post Colouring : Dan Solis
Choreography : Omari Carter, Stephen Quildan

Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Aldi - Mayonnaise

Director - MJ Delaney
DoP - Giorgio Bruni
Producer - Jane Llyod

Friday, 8 July 2011

Earl 16 - Reggae Music

Earl 16 'Reggae Music' from Messrs. on Vimeo.

Directed by Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross-Southall
Videography by Towa Noel Shimizu & Ben Masson
Camera Assistant : Mickey Voak
Special thanks to Ed & The Camden Arms.

Tribes - Sapho

Tribes 'Sappho' from Messrs. on Vimeo.

Directed by Mickey Voak & Dan White
Producer - Mickey Voak
DoP - Vanessa Whyte
Additional Photography - Giorgio Bruni, Ben Masson, Toby Ross-Southall
1st Assistant Director - Towa Noel Shimizu
Production Manager - Jamie Lee Nesbitt
Post Production - Work Post
Editor - Ben Jordan

Wednesday, 15 June 2011


Director - MJ Delaney
DoP - Giorgio Bruni
Producer - Jane Llyod
Edit - Rebecca Luff

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Jonathan Darby 'FAVELA' Teaser

Jonathan Darby 'FAVELA' Teaser from Jonathan Darby on Vimeo.

Direction and Cinematography - Giorgio Bruni
Edit - Ben Jorden

Tribes 'We Were Children'

Tribes 'We Were Children' from Messrs. on Vimeo.

a Messrs Production

Produced and Directed by Mickey Voak & Dan White

DOP – Giorgio Bruni
Additional Photography – Ness Whyte, Towa Shimizu, Ben Masson, Keiren Stubbs, Ivan ATG, Jack Clover, Paul Roscouet, Kit Kingham, Rich Young, Ralph Fuller & Toby Ross-Southall
Production Manager – Carl Martin
1st AD – Tommy Holgate
Art director – Natalie Westerman
Sound Technicians – Harrison Borrower, Bobby Healy
Runner – Mischa Kachelhoffer
Location Manager – Benjamin Lavery
Editor - Dan Knight
Colourist - Edwin W (Framestore)

Monday, 4 April 2011

Tribes - We Were Children - Video Shoot

'It was a Sunday afternoon'

Aldi - Beans

Director - MJ Delaney
DoP - Giorgio Bruni
Producer - Jane Llyod
Edit - Rebecca Luff

Sunday, 20 March 2011

Newport State of Mind - Red Nose Day 2011

Camera Operator
Giorgio Bruni
Vanessa Whyte
Toby Ross-Southall
M-J Delaney
Duncan Nichol
Post-Production editor
Rebecca Luff
Duncan Nichol
M-J Delaney

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Monday, 28 February 2011

Aldi - Ketchup

Director - MJ Delaney
DoP - Giorgio Bruni
Producer - Jane Llyod
Edit - Rebecca Luff

Monday, 24 January 2011

Tom Tyler - Shooting Star

Tom Tyler 'Shooting Star' from Towa Noel Shimizu on Vimeo.

Director - Towa Noel Shimizu
Assistant Director - Toby Ross-Southall
Videographer - Giorgio Bruni
                       - Ben Masson

Friday, 14 January 2011

The Boxettes - Free

The Boxettes - "Free" from Bright Black Film on Vimeo.

Director - Luke Treadway/Ben Masson
D.O.P - Toby Ross-Southall
Videographer - Giorgio Bruni

Thursday, 23 December 2010


Re:Generations from Messrs. on Vimeo.

Videographer : Giorgio Bruni
                         Ben Tubby
               Edit : Toby Ross-Southal
         Director : Ralph Fuller

Thursday, 9 December 2010

Fusion Events - Annie Mac

Untitled from Mickey Voak on Vimeo.

Filmes : Giorgio Bruni
Edited : Ben Jordan

Monday, 29 November 2010

Mauren Lipman reading 'Love and Friendship' by Emily Bronte from Words F...

Giorgio Bruni & Towa Shimizu

Beneath The Surface - Giorgio Bruni & Toby Ross-Southall

Beneath The Surface from Toby Ross-Southall on Vimeo.

Thursday, 21 October 2010

The Collaboration

Giorgio Bruni
Towa Shimizu
Toby Ross-Southall
Mickey Voak
Ralph Fuller

Friday, 8 October 2010

Smoke & Mirrors 48hrs film competition


Perfecting Fee from Tobias Ross-Southall on Vimeo.

Her: Fee Greening
Him: Alex Warren
And Rudy as Rudy

Created by:
Gethin Anthony
Giorgio Bruni
Jack Farthing
Toby Ross-Southall
Alex Warren

Original Score:
Anastasia Barker-Laszczak

Special thanks:
Ben Hawkins


Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Thursday, 22 July 2010

Doritos King of Ads - Entry

 Director: Toby Ross-Southall & Giorgio Bruni

Tuesday, 6 April 2010


I have finally moved into my new studio YEAH BWOY!!!! 


This is what I've been up to since i moved in a couple weeks ago.

Thursday, 11 March 2010

Tuesday, 19 January 2010


Giorgio Bruni: Assistant Director & Co Producer

Friday, 4 December 2009


BLACK AMERICA THE EXHIBITION, will be more than your average art show. In conjunction with new band Oddysseys' debut EP, Hayden Kays and Rosie Oddie will be inviting you to join them and their (now unemployed) colleagues on the last day at the bank they have worked at for many loyal years. Through the use of performance, sound and visual elements you will be walking through a physical manifestation of recession, greed and consumerism and all of the truths that we now have to face within their demise. Faded decadence running through every wall. The art has been produced by a selection of both up and coming and established artists and covers a wide range of media. All the pieces have been made specifically for the show.


Thursday, 13 August 2009





Through my practice I like to explore the way in which we interact with our surroundings navigating through our each individual landscapes, through the maze of streets buildings and squares and the ways in which we perceive urban spaces. I very much rely on the city as an ongoing source of inspiration, the way in which it furnishes ever-changing, continuous streams of urban imagery and the kaleidoscopic way in which it hits our eyes. Branding, lights, colours, objects and not forgetting the movements of people, which almost takes on the nature of a narrative.

Almost entirely abstract in form and content I use the canvas as a playing ground for experimental and adventurous mark making, a cacophony of meticulous yet striking combination's of aerosol, acrylic and applied print. The surface of the canvas littered with marks, tags, and drips takes on the form of the street. The raw, gritty looseness of the works shows the decay and chaos of our urban environment. Even more so; the taking over, rubbing, ripping, as well as stamping your presence all have a direct engagement with the act of graffiti.

It is that walking goes against the grain of the social and physical development of modern capitalism that it has become so central in art and politics today. While it is the industrial means of transport that threaten to make our limbs and senses obsolete, confining our daily lives between work, shop and media indulgence – walking continues to sculpt human life as a matter of territory and political activity. It is this activity of walking that allows me to be engaged in street life and witness happenings and situations and draw inspiration from it.

Walking in our modern speed culture takes on a form of resistance, it is an activity that is accessible to everybody and it could be said is the last private space, safe from the phone or email. There is no theory of walking nor is there rules, but their can be a certain wisdom involved. It is more an attitude, a state where you can be both alert to everything in your peripheral vision and yet totally lose yourself in your thoughts. The city is an ever changing, ever flourishing environment with a continuous evolvement, with the unfolding of stories, imagery, and materials out of which one can produce art.

Friday, 17 July 2009

                                                                                  120cm x 96cm

Thursday, 16 July 2009

Solo exhibition 6th August, Austin Gallery, Bethnal Green Rd, london

On the 6th August i will be exhibiting my first solo show at; Austin Gallery (ArtKandy) 119a Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 7DG. The show will be running for a month, please come and show your support.

p.s. all the works on the blog will be on sale at the exhibition, thanx.


New Works for Solo show

                                                              96cm x 120cm

                                                                          74cm x 100cm

Works for Solo Show

                                                                120cm x 100cm
                                                    74cm x 100cm
                                         74cm x 100cm
                                                        74cm x 100cm

Thursday, 18 June 2009

Video Installations

With Intent Video Installation

I examined the ways in which we interact with our surroundings, how one is able to drift and take on the figure of the flaneur. Whilst experimenting with ways in which I could document this in everyday life, through immersing myself and centering my practice around my participation in public life socially and politically on the street.

When walking you enter a state were you are both alert to everything that s happening in your peripheral vision and hearing and yet totally loose yourself in your thought process. In turn to derive is to roam free, to drift with no specific destination. What I am trying to get across in this unit is that this ideal of being free to flaneur is impossible as today’s modern experience we are contingent to laws on how we should live. And I attempt to articulate how hard it is to move through our streets when we are watched and waited upon to put a foot wrong. I have examined how I, a young white male in his 20’s and others like me are viewed upon in society for the cloths we wear, where we hang out and the people we hang around with. How threatening youths and the hoody  culture is portraid in the social reality of now and how techniques of surveillance and our Big Brother culture is meant to keep us in track. And how we live our life in a context of fear.


                             Stills from 'with intent'

 Launderette Video Installation

On one of my many walks, with my video camera in hand waiting for a situation or scenario to arise, i came across a launderette. As i peer in immediately the aging wood Verine interior catches my eye, as locals sit silent steering at the revolving drum in front of them, spinning themselves into some sort of trance. Their domestic temple a place to sit reflect and cleanse their soul.
Concentrating on the ideas of the derive and the figure of the flaneur in particular it is the way in which the building resonates with a state of mind.

Sitting myself down i place my video camera onto of a washing machine and record their actions, leaving the production of the video up to someone else a stranger a chance encounter     

Stills from (Launderette)

Using two projectors i project my video onto a door and a lump of concrette both found whilst on a previous walk. I use the resonateing humming of the washing machines as sound accompaniement   

Final Piece (Launderette)

Trace  video installation

In this piece i am truing to represent, a happening, someones journey. i want this film to be constantly slipping between the generic (the shadows the colors, the lights and the blurs in the world around us) and the specific (the young man of the 20th centurary).

through this process i record the man's journey through the city at night, there is nowone around, no cars on the road, only the street lights glow from above. As the individual slips in and out of focus, i am aware of the symbolic relationship the body has with the city.
Every thing is in motion, the protagonists body walks, rises, falls, rotates his head, the air as it carries frequencies, particles, light and sound.

I am making a close refereance to the figure of the flaneaur and the action of the derive.

When exhibiting the piece I decided to project the video onto a paving slab stood upright on its edge. As if it had been lifted up from the floor like the pages of a book to tell us it's story.