Jimmy Brown - 20th Jan 2011

Medieval myth comes to East London in a modern guise as the terrors of the age are represented by a group of faceless hooded youths - the four BMX riders of the Apocalypse.

They are also accompanied by the real thing too - an awesome Apocalyptic horseman - in this very moody and menacing portrait of inner city life for Magnetic Man and John Legend's Getting Nowhere by Diamond Dogs - a radical change of tone from Phil Sansom and Olly Williams's usual lighthearted style.

Shot around Docklands, this is grim, forboding, and very impressive indeed - with great photography by Robbie Ryan.

Watch 'Magnetic Man’s Getting Nowhere feat. John Legend by Diamond Dogs' here


DirectorDiamond Dogs
Production CompanyHSI London
ProducerLucy Booth
Director of PhotographyRobbie Ryan
StylistHannah Glossop
Art DirectorOlly Williams
EditorPhil Sansom
CommissionerSemera Khan

Jimmy Brown - 20th Jan 2011

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