David Knight - 22nd Feb 2011

Singer-songwriter Keren Ann Zeidel is big in France and her work features extensively on US TV shows like Gray's Anatomy - but the delicately brilliant My Name Is Trouble (from her fifth album 101) is going to get her noticed all over the place - especially with the help of this video by Benjamin Seroussi, out of Frenzy in Paris.

Keren Ann throws choreographed moves with the help of her troupe of preppy boys - it's just as subtly mesmerizing as the song.

Benjamin has been making music videos since 2001, for artists including Autokratz, Yuksek and Das Pop, and since the mid-2000s fashion films for the likes of showstudio, Cacharel, L'Oreal, Galeries Lafayette, Lacoste, l'Officiel, Vogue Italia, and Intersection.

http://www.youtube.com/watchv=R-0Qx8HwlW4

Credits

DirectorBenjamin Seroussi
Production CompanyFrenzy Paris
ProducerElsa Rakotoson
ChoreographerOlivier Casamayou & Carine Charaire
Director of PhotographyMartin de Chabaneix
StylistBenoît Tardif
Art DirectorGeraldine Stivet
Postproduction

David Knight - 22nd Feb 2011

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