David Knight - 30th Jan 2014

Tinie Tempah, ballet dancers, an iron throne... Dvbbs & Borgeous's Tsunami prompts a lean and mean pop vid from Fred Rowson, breaking into the mainstream after a series of impressive low-budget narrative videos. 

Fred Rowson:

"Our jumping off point was Rick Guest's photos for the Royal Ballet, and my desire to make a super slick R&B promo."


DirectorFred Rowson
ProducerCorin Taylor
EditorRyan Beck
Director of PhotographyJake Scott
Production CompanyColonel Blimp
Art DirectorAnna Mould
CommissionerCaroline Clayton
ColouristHoumam Abdallah
LabelMinistry of Sound

David Knight - 30th Jan 2014

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