David Knight - 14th Feb 2012

Jack King, who has directed several acclaimed videos for To Kill A King - including a film comprised of four stand-alone music videos for the band's recent EP - has now joined Colonel Blimp for music video representation.

Jack King has been praised for his ability to tell absorbing stories through cinematic music videos, mainly shot in and around his native Bradford in Yorkshire. "We were especially excited about his recent project My Crooked Saint, a beautiful and ambitious short film composed of four stand-alone music videos," says Tamsin Glasson, Colonel Blimp's head of music video.

"The film was commissioned by Virgin Records for the release of To Kill A King's EP, with a video accompanying each track. He collaborated with their vocalist, Ralph Pelleymounter, to write the 20-minute film, which was shot on a renowned estate in Bradford and revolves around a community living in a distorted reality."

Jack King joins COlonel Blimp, having previously been repped at RUN Productions. Showreel here

David Knight - 14th Feb 2012

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