Miriam Aziz collaborated with Director Richard Jobson on her music video “Gypsy” from her debut album We’re Inside Out (2007), an experience which inspired her to experiment with filmmaking. In 2011, she took part in editing sessions of Ole Bornedal’s film The Possession (September 2012: US Box Office Hit) and in 2012, she studied with documentary filmmaker and director Christian Delage at Cardozo Law School (Course in Law and Film) on how to film trials. She also acted as a creative consultant to Am I Don Quixote directed by Jimmy Ferguson. Her film portfolio which is produced together with her arts company MAstudioLAB includes: Antonio Gnecchi Ruscone at Moreschi (2013); Max Planck Masterclass with Martti Koskenniemi (2014) and with Emmanuelle Tourme-Jouannet (2015); Il mondo nuovo del diritto: per gli 80 anni di Sabino Cassese (2015); portrait of French pro-cyclist Sandie Clair (2016).
Miriam Aziz also uses photography to document her travels and as a creative tool for filmmaking and installation projects. She has also received commissions for portrait work, photographs for websites and independent projects. To see examples of Miriam Aziz’s work, see http://www.miriamaziz.photography. Portfolio on request.
As a multi-media artist, Miriam sketches ideas and mood-boards for projects, which sometimes evolve into a project in its own right e.g. Ich sehe nicht die Stunde / Non vedo l’ora (2014) which premiered at Himmelhebers Buchhandlung, Heidelberg, Germany in September 2014. (14 Portraits with charcoal, pastel, water colours and mixed media. Wood Frame: 47,5cm x 61 cm with 7cm passepartout).