• DON DIABLO FEAT. ANGELA HUNTE'LIGHTS OUT HIT'

    SONY MUSIC

    We produced this slightly bonkers promo for Dutch dance act, Don Diablo, featuring Angela Hunte. As is usually the way with promos these days, we had to fit the shoot into one, rather long, hectic day. The guys at Clapham Road Studios were really accomadating and without their help it would have been nigh on impossible to get done. The promo was directed by Tom Geraedts, who did all the post in house.


    CREDITS

    DIRECTOR/PRODUCER: M-I-E
    DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Matthew Day
    CAMERA ASST.: Geoff Robbins
    GAFFER: Aldo Camilleri
    SPARK: Toby Goodyear
    MARK UP: Tara Templeton
    STYLIST: Fola Solanke
    ART DIRECTOR: Charlotte Cooke
    ANIMAL HANDLER: Trevor Smith
    STUDIO: Clapham Road Studios
    EDITOR: Lizzy Graham @ Peepshowpost

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  • STYLEFRAMES

    The idea behind the video was to create a fun voodoo-like ceremony, juxtaposing something scary and unknown, with something cute and cuddly. We wanted to create a sense of dread in the viewer. We took influence from witch doctor ceremonies in Africa and voodo in the Caribbean, adding our own twists and always trying to be dark, mysterious and fun, if that's possible..?

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  • SONY MUSIC

    We produced this slightly bonkers promo for Dutch dance act, Don Diablo, featuring Angela Hunte. As is usually the way with promos these days, we had to fit the shoot into one, rather long, hectic day. The guys at Clapham Road Studios were really accomadating and without their help it would have been nigh on impossible to get done. The promo was directed by Tom Geraedts, who did all the post in house.


    CREDITS

    DIRECTOR/PRODUCER: M-I-E
    DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Matthew Day
    CAMERA ASST.: Geoff Robbins
    GAFFER: Aldo Camilleri
    SPARK: Toby Goodyear
    MARK UP: Tara Templeton
    STYLIST: Fola Solanke
    ART DIRECTOR: Charlotte Cooke
    ANIMAL HANDLER: Trevor Smith
    STUDIO: Clapham Road Studios
    EDITOR: Lizzy Graham @ Peepshowpost

  • STYLEFRAMES

    The idea behind the video was to create a fun voodoo-like ceremony, juxtaposing something scary and unknown, with something cute and cuddly. We wanted to create a sense of dread in the viewer. We took influence from witch doctor ceremonies in Africa and voodo in the Caribbean, adding our own twists and always trying to be dark, mysterious and fun, if that's possible..?