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Nicholas Bentley signs to Y-I for representation

Nicholas Bentley signs to Y-I for representation

David Knight - 8th July 2008

Nicholas, who works out of his studio on the outskirts of London, has directed two videos for Luke Leighfield and clips for Field Music and Sam Isaac, demonstrating a flair for strong ideas and in-camera visual effects, despite being shot on minimal budgets.

<p/> Nicholas, who works out of his studio on the outskirts of London, has directed two videos for Luke Leighfield and clips for Field Music and Sam Isaac, demonstrating a flair for strong ideas and in-camera visual effects, despite being shot on minimal budgets. Field Music's She Can Do What She Wants (pictured above) is a deceptive mirror-image performance video. Leighfield's The Rain Will Come Again being a Sledgehammer-inspired stop frame animation shot in the singer's hometown in Worcestershire, while the video for Isaac's Sideways is a <em>tour de force</em> of cake decoration, shot on a digital SLR. All his videos to date have been made independently, produced by Charlie Bettice. <p/> <p/> <p/>

Field Music's She Can Do What She Wants (pictured above) is a deceptive mirror-image performance video. Leighfield's The Rain Will Come Again being a Sledgehammer-inspired stop frame animation shot in the singer's hometown in Worcestershire, while the video for Isaac's Sideways is a tour de force of cake decoration, shot on a digital SLR.

<p/> Nicholas, who works out of his studio on the outskirts of London, has directed two videos for Luke Leighfield and clips for Field Music and Sam Isaac, demonstrating a flair for strong ideas and in-camera visual effects, despite being shot on minimal budgets. Field Music's She Can Do What She Wants (pictured above) is a deceptive mirror-image performance video. Leighfield's The Rain Will Come Again being a Sledgehammer-inspired stop frame animation shot in the singer's hometown in Worcestershire, while the video for Isaac's Sideways is a <em>tour de force</em> of cake decoration, shot on a digital SLR. All his videos to date have been made independently, produced by Charlie Bettice. <p/> <p/> <p/>

All his videos to date have been made independently, produced by Charlie Bettice.

<p/> Nicholas, who works out of his studio on the outskirts of London, has directed two videos for Luke Leighfield and clips for Field Music and Sam Isaac, demonstrating a flair for strong ideas and in-camera visual effects, despite being shot on minimal budgets. Field Music's She Can Do What She Wants (pictured above) is a deceptive mirror-image performance video. Leighfield's The Rain Will Come Again being a Sledgehammer-inspired stop frame animation shot in the singer's hometown in Worcestershire, while the video for Isaac's Sideways is a <em>tour de force</em> of cake decoration, shot on a digital SLR. All his videos to date have been made independently, produced by Charlie Bettice. <p/> <p/> <p/>

David Knight - 8th July 2008

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