Thanks to my dear Polish friend Mary we have the Wysokie Obcasy (Poland) – February 2017 interview transcripted. We got help from Google Translate so if the translation is a bit weird sometimes, you know why. It’s a really good interview, so be sure to read it!
We also added several new magazine scans for you to enjoy:
Vanity Fair (US) – April 2016
NME (UK) – March 11, 2016
Stella (UK) – February 2016
LULA (UK) – Issue 17# – Fall/Winter 2013
Glamour (US) – May 2012
The New York Magazine (US) – April 2, 2012
Jemima attended the Refinery29 and Beachside Productions Strangers TV Series party at The Metrograph Theater on September 27 in New York City. She seemed happy hanging out with the rest of the cast and crew from the series.
EDIT: All pics has been replaced with HQ versions.
Jemima went to the Metropolitan Opera Opening Night Gala on September 25 and she looked wonderful in a yellow dress!
We have bought some magazines and collected them for the site and here is 4 magazines from this year for you to read and enjoy. We will have the Polish magazine translated for you shortly as well!
ES (UK) – February 10, 2017
Glamour (US) – February 2017
Wysokie Obcasy (Poland) – February 2017
So It Goes Magazine (US) – Issue 9 – 2017
Flaunt Magazine interviewed Alex Cameron on September 15, 2017 and they released some polaroid footage from behind the scenes of music video Stranger’s Kiss. Read and view photos below.
ALEX CAMERON TAKES US DEEPER INTO THE STORY BEHIND “STRANGER’S KISS” VIDEO WITH EVOCATIVE POLAROIDS
Alex Cameron is an Australian singer-songwriter who mixes acting and music in the character-driven vein of singer/raconteurs like Tom Waits and David Bowie; in his case taking on the persona of a motel-hopping, down-and-out urbanite plying his music in the grimy streets of New York City. This tendency towards character and story allows Alex to create a unique aesthetic that ties his music and his videos together into beautifully damaged pieces of brilliant storytelling. His voice and style seem like a natural fit for Angel Olsen, an acclaimed American singer-songwriter who has had dreams of becoming a pop star since she was young, and made good on those dreams with a series of mournfully gorgeous records conjuring worlds of love lost and beauty in pain.
As expected, Cameron and Olsen’s voices blend harmoniously together in the duet for “Stranger’s Kiss.” What wasn’t expected was the beautifully strange storyline for the visuals that Cameron and director/actress Jemima Kirke created to pair with the song. Cameron, appearing as a hustling subway busker, stars in the music video alongside Kirke, Cameron’s down-and-out admirer, who combs the city frantically for the man she loves. In the video, Kirke starts off on her own, carrying a folded photo of Cameron, displaying it for others to see out in the streets of New York. She eventually finds the musician in the photo at the subway train station, essentially doing the same thing she was doing–attempting to grab the attention of pedestrians passing through. The strangers end up finding comfort in each other’s familiarity and share a “Stranger’s Kiss”.
We had Alex continue his vision for the video’s story with a series of polaroids paired with poetic, eerie captions that show a romance blooming out of desperation in the grimy cracks between the city’s facade:
Jemima’s about the same height as my mother. I’ve got the same look as her father. There’s nothing wrong with two strangers getting what they need out of each other.