"The goats will walk home, their udders full, and oxen will have no fear of lions"
Eclogue IV: THe Golden Age, Virgil 44BC
Jeffrey Darling is regarded as one of Australia’s best commercial directors. As a director/DP, his aesthetic crosses between many genres, constantly evolving and shifting in the ever-changing film landscape.
Jeffrey’s work for Jaguar and Boeing are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and his contribution to excellence in Cinematography was recognised with three honorary Kodak awards.
Jeffrey continues to work on major worldwide campaigns for prestigious clients such as Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy (LVMH), GMC, RAM, Qantas, Diners Club, Pernod Ricard, Maybelline, Jaguar, Coca-Cola, and BMW.
Set to Chris Isaac's 'Wicked Game', this piece initiated Jaguar's creative shift where this car journey is being portrayed as a love story.
Wicked Game is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in NYC.
Our heart is everything pure, good and evil. It aches, it desires, it is who we are. In mapping out heart we are both explorers and tourists, at the frontiers and the centre, navigating the unknown and the all too familiar. We can treat paths travelled and not. If it touches us, makes us ache, challenges and explores what it is to live, then it is for Map of the Heart.
An emotional global journey of interconnections of cultures and landscapes, portraying the fundamental outcome of a world that is transported by flight.
'Because We Can Fly' for Boeing is in the permanent collection of MoMA NYC.
This piece was shot with live projections from previously collected images, allowing for spontaneity within the interaction of the cast, and giving them the ability to play into a world that is somewhat surprising and seductive.
Inevitably, it is to evoke the idea of technology and personal expression, adapting to the unique personalities of the individual.