James Morrison 'Slave To The Music' by Phil Griffin
Phil Griffin shoots singer James Morrison in a large space in this lively performance promo for the rousing Slave To The Music, complete with some tasty acrobatic choreography from Paul Roberts.
|Director of Photography||Will Bex|
|1st AD||Sam Le Page|
|Art Director||Nick Ellis|
|Commissioner||Tamara Brooks & Bob Brimson|
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