Jimmy Brown - 28th Mar 2011

Connan Mockasin, a psychedelic musician from New Zealand, teams up with Daniel Brereton for this surreal, expressive number to accompany the oddly serene and rather beautiful Forever Dolphin Love. It involved making human versions of Connan's own paintings, before he travels across most of London in pursuit of the elusive dolphin of love.

"Mattias Nyberg did a really good job balancing the light and colour - I think I have a tendency to go overboard sometimes - and Cesca and Mikyla replicated Connan's paintings wonderfully. I also really enjoyed working with Jason Rayton on the edit. We're currently working on a shortened version for French TV."


DirectorDaniel Brereton
ProducerJoe Walker and Tina Pawlik
Director of PhotographyM
StylistCesca Dvorak
EditorJason Rayton

Jimmy Brown - 28th Mar 2011

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