A.R.T.S.Y: Describe what you do ?
JACE: I am a NY-based writer / director.
I have written and directed films, commercials, documentaries , music videos and more.
A.R.T.S.Y: How did you get into cinematography?
JACE: I go to sleep with the TV on. This particular morning in 2009, I woke up to AMTV on MTV. There was a music video on; at least I thought it was a music video. I had never seen a music video that had such a rich story and attention to detail. I had never heard the song and couldn't identify the artist so I was excited to get to the end to see the description. At the end, I saw it was "Stop And Stare" by One Republic and was directed by Anthony Mandler. I thought to myself, “I can do that. I love music and I’m good at storytelling.” And at that moment; my directorial career began.
A.R.T.S.Y : Describe your creative process and how do you involve fashion into your videos?
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