Teen works on Dagenham fashion photoshoot with Jude Law – Barking and Dagenham Post

A teenager landed a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity doing work experience filming on a fashion campaign featuring Jude Law and son Rafferty.
Maisie Stone, a 19-year-old graduate from Barking & Dagenham College,  worked with the local authority media unit, LBBD Film, as a marshal on the shoot.
The commercial was filmed at the Dagenham civic centre when she was still studying at the Rush Green campus nearby, for the new Brioni label’s winter collection starring the iconic father and son duo.
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The filming last June was kept under wraps until the Brioni campaign went live last week.
“It was a great experience,” Maisie recalled. “They trained me well from the first minute I stepped onto the set.
“This gave me more experience in the fashion field to observe how a real-life photoshoot was run, which gave me experience for the future. I learnt a lot about how it works, being a runner.”
Maisie, from Dagenham, is pursuing a career in fashion, after graduating from the college and now on her first year of a fashion and design course at Ravensborne University in Greenwich.
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Lisa Dee, head of Barking and Dagenham Council’s film unit, said: “It was brilliant having Maisie on set for the day who did us proud. The production team were super pleased with her professional approach and willingness to get stuck in and learn.”
Maisie picked up skills she can use in her future fashion design career. The photoshoot has also given her a flavour of what working on a fast paced, high-end fashion commercial involves.
Jude said after the photoshoot: “We felt so at ease on set, our second chapter with Brioni, showing a more personal side of my relationship with Raff.”
Jude’s son Rafferty is also a DJ and a member of the band Outer Stella Drive who recently released their first EP. He has modelled himself for Dolce and Gabbana during Milan Fashion Week and DKNY as a teen.
The filming at the civic centre was part of the council’s “Make It Here” programme, matching opportunities between the screen industry and the communities of Barking and Dagenham.
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