Jun Okuma Films proudly represents and/or collaborates with the following Artists.

To view their latest work, please visit their websites.



c i n e m a t o g r a p h e r s


          D O P                                                            Jiri Malek

                                                       DoP - Sebastian Milaszewski

    D O P                         Sebastian Milaszewski

DoP Antonio Riestra

D O P                                           Antonio Riestra            

            DoP - Andreas Zicgraf

 D O P                                      Andreas Zickgraf

s t i l l s  p h o t o g r a p h e r s

Photographer - Goran Tacevski

 P h o t o g r a p h e r                   Goran Tacevsky

d e s i g n  &  v i s u a l FX

Jan Rybar

V i s u a l FX  


CG  S u p e r v i s o r  &  D e s i g n e r

Jan Rybar

Maria Svarbova – P h o t o g r a p h e r

Mária Švarbová is a
self-taught photographer and art director based in Bratislava Slovakia.
With degrees in art conservation, restoration and archeology Maria
found her self instead drawn to the medium
of Photography.

Mária’s early work, which was published under the name Aria Baro,
focused on surrealist portraiture and with strong Art Nouveau themes,
and was a reflection on her background and interest in past periods of
art. In 2013 Mária transitioned to more ethereal themes and works such
as “ “Forgotten” & “God’s Mirror” (2013) reflect a desire to
create a dreamlike narrative of individuals lost within a greater force.

In “Plastic World” (2014) and other most recent works she takes a
distinctive approach to aesthetic minimalism and purity. Inspired by the
historic artifacts and environments of Communist Czechoslovakia Mária
presents an imaginary dehumanized world that features every day
situations. Situations that illuminate a fictional world that is
inhabited by emotionless individuals who seem to be simply going through
the motions—emotionless and static in the roles they assume.

Using a limited subdued palette of colors, the focus is on the
narrative. Each frame within the series is meticulous arranged and the
models are carefully chosen to reflect the mood and sensation that she
is looking for.

Both complex and evocative Mária’s work challenges the roles that humans
play in society and ask the viewer to reflect on their own individual
role in society.

Mária Švarbová has collaborated with a number of prestigious
international fashion and photography magazines such as – Vogue, DODHO
and FotoVideo. She has also been the laureate of several photography
awards, including the gold medal for excellence at the Trierenberg Super
Circuit photography fair in Austria . In 2016 Maria will exhibit her
work at Photo Independent Art Fair In Los Angeles