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Mondino, Jean-Baptiste, 1949-

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Personal name headingMondino, Jean-Baptiste, 1949-
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LocatedParis (France)
Birth date1949-07-21
Place of birthAubervilliers (France)
Field of activityFashion photography Music videos--Production and direction
Profession or occupationMusic video director
Found inMondino, c1999: bk. jkt. (Jean-Baptiste Mondino; b. 1949 in Aubervilliers; lives in Paris; photographer and video director)
Total records, viewed April 29, 2016 ECIP t.p. (Jean-Baptiste Mondino) data view (b. July 21, 1949)
Wikipedia, October 17, 2017 (Jean-Baptiste Mondino; Jean-Baptiste Mondino (born in Aubervilliers, France on July 21, 1949) is a French fashion photographer and music video director; he has directed music videos for Madonna, David Bowie, Sting, Björk, Jaye Muller aka J., Neneh Cherry and Les Rita Mitsouko; Mondino has also photographed the covers and album packaging for the Marianne Faithfull albums Before The Poison (2005) and Easy Come, Easy Go (2008), Shakespear's Sister's Hormonally Yours (1992), Alain Bashung's Osez Joséphine (1991), Chatterton (1994) and Prince's Lovesexy (1988); the video for Don Henley's "The Boys of Summer", which Mondino directed, swept the MTV Video Music Awards in 1985, winning "Best Video", "Best Direction", "Best Art Direction" and "Best Cinematography;" this video paired him with compatriot cinematographer, Pascal Lebègue, with whom he would later shoot several other notable music videos in black and white, such as "Russians" for Sting and "Justify My Love" for Madonna)