John Gosling and Steve Mackey have worked as Music Directors and Sound Designers/DJ's with designers including Marc Jacobs, Alexander Mcqueen, Miuccia Prada and Tom Ford. Fashion stylists they have worked with include Katie Grand, Carine Roitfeld, Alex White, Camilla Nickerson, Katy England, Panos Yiapanis, George Cortina, Lucinda Chambers, Olivier Rizzo, Vanessa Reid, Andrew Richardson, Camille Bidault -Waddington, Charlotte Stockdale and Anastasia Barbieri
Fashion film projects with Nick Knight, David Sims, Solve Sundsbo, Alasdair McLellan, Craig McDean, Ruth Hogben and clients Armani, Gucci, Chloe, Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton.
Their sound design accompanied the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute exhibition "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty.", the Met's most viewed fashion exhibition and John Gosling also oversaw sound programming and design for the Mets 2013 exhibition " Punk:Chaos to Couture". In Paris they worked with Musee des Arts Decoratifs for the sonic design of their "Louis Vuitton Marc Jacobs" exposition in the west wing of The Louvre
Both have notable careers as musicians and record producers.
John Gosling played with pioneering electronic artists Psychic TV and releases records as Mekon, working with artists including Schooly D, Roxanne Shante and Afrikka Bambata.
Steve Mackey is a member of British art rock band Pulp and has recorded, produced and remixed records for many artists, his work including M.I.A, Florence and The Machine and Kelis.
Rep. Beverley Streeter
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