David Knight - 11th Sept 2013

Georgi Banks-Davies second video for the singer Tawiah sees them create a surprisingly intimate performance video for the fine song Sealion in the wide open spaces of a remote beach, where the sea evokes the spirit of the song.

Georgi Banks-Davies: "This is my second collaboration with Tawiah this year, she's such an amazing talent, and we established this trust and love for each other's work, which makes the whole process of making videos together really creatively free. I fell in love with this song, I wanted a slow, simple performance video, that eerily played with the idea of a relationship falling apart. 

"A fender rhodes falling apart on a beach seemed like a great idea, until we realised the weight of them... It sank instantly into the sand. Poor Oli (the art director) got some serious arm muscles that day! 

"We only decided to shoot a few days before we did, so credit really goes to Tash (producer) and the crew for coming together and making it happen."

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorGeorgi Banks-Davies
ProducerNatasha Moses
Executive ProducerLuke Jacobs
Executive ProducerNico Chavez
Director of PhotographyDominic Bartels
1st ADSamuel Cook
Focus PullerLouise Murphy
Art DirectorOliver Bell
EditorMaxim Young
Editing companyGorilla
ColouristGeorge K
Grading companyMPC
Other creditsSpecial Thanks: Ellora Chowdhury @ MPC

David Knight - 11th Sept 2013

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