David Knight - 18th Sept 2009

It was shot at the abandoned open-air swimming pool in Brooklyn's McCarren Park - opened in the 1930s with a 3000-person capacity. and soon to be demolished.

"I think we could have been the last to shoot there," says Atlantic's Claire Stubbs, who commissioned the video. "It was supposed to be brought back to life as a lido but the recession has knocked that on the head."

The video's probably summed up what things will be like after a few more years of Crunch. And according to Jordan, only the jellyfish will survive. "The small jellyfish at the beginning of the video is a Turritopsis Nutricula, a species of jellyfish that can live forever!"

Watch 'Boy Crisis’ Fountain of Youth by Jordan Fish' here


DirectorJordan Fish
Executive ProducerMax Knies
Production CompanyGreencard Pictures
Director of PhotographyDoug Emmett
Art DirectorPaul Korzan
StylistStephanie Yarger
ChoreographerLydia Bell
EditorJordan Fish
ColouristJordan Fish
CommissionerClaire Stubbs

David Knight - 18th Sept 2009

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