Chipmunk’s Diamond Rings by Vertex & Ben
Vertex and Ben Leinster have been directing promo videos since they were seventeen (they are both 21 now) and have a track record of working with the likes of N-Dubz, Chipmunk and The Noisettes.
Now they've signed to Davey Inc and their latest is Chipmunk's first video since signing with Sony. The Cotton Club-themed Diamond Rings featured Britain's Got Talent hopefuls Flawless, and was shot at The Pigalle jazz club in London.
Vertex is himself is an artist in the urban collective Marvell, and has extensive experience in front of the camera as well as behind it. Vertex and Ben work with Metropolis Group for other moving image and music projects.
|Production Company||Davey Inc.|
|Director||Vertex & Ben|
|Director of Photography||Sam McCourt|
|Art Director||Aimee P|
|Editor||Vertex and Dan Ruttley|
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