McLean’s My Name by Nick Bartleet
"The narrative revolves around Mclean rescuing his lover," Nick explains. "The video starts with a piece of entrapment-inspired choreography created by Paul Harris.
"Visually, the idea was to combine 1930s styling references and architecture with subtle futuristic art direction and post, creating something which feels both classically beautiful and timeless, while at the same time feeling current."
|Director of Photography||Eric Maddison|
|1st AD||Marko Fuchs|
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