MARISKA MARTINA

Mariska Martina is set to be one of the brightest jazz singers here in London . We collaborated with her just before the planned release of her EP ‘ Something Blue ‘. That’s why, in order to push and give resonance to her release, we decided to create for her a bespoke photoshoot, followed by a live performance video of Ella Fitzgerald classic ‘Cry Me A River’ shot at Perry Vale Studios in Forest Hill, a series of 1 minute videos showcasing the making of ‘Something Blue’ and ultimately, the cover of the EP itself . The images helped to create contents for her website and they have been used on all social media platforms in order to promote upcoming gigs and news regarding her new songs. The live performance video, helped her to show her incredible talent and her band, bringing views to her platforms that have been then directed to the promotion of the release. All of that, from the colour correction used to the shot edited, have been created in order to amplify and sustain her vision and the appearance she wanted to give to her audience. All of this, converged to the cover of the EP that now can be found in all music streaming services.

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About MARISKA MARTINA

Born in 1993 to a Dutch father and Peruvian mother Mariska has always enjoyed various musical cultures, and started playing the cello at only 5 years old. Having also had some piano lessons Mariska soon started composing her own music and writing her own songs. During her teenager-years Mariska started focussing more and more on the cello and was finally accepted into the preparatory year at the Hogeschool Voor de Kunsten, Utrecht. She moved to London in 2015, she made a dramatic change in her career and started singing jazz and studying at LCCM. In November 2016 she founded her Quintet, and since then the quintet has already played at various prestigious shows like The Ruby Sings Show upstairs at Ronnie Scott's, at Jazz After Dark, Brasserie Zédel, Toulouse Lautrec and the Stoke Newington Music Festival.

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