AMA hits the school gym to play ball with the girls in Francis Wallis's smart and playful video for Slip.
Kenzie May 'Skeleton Key' by Francis Wallis
US/British singer-songwriter Kenzie May teams up with director Francis Wallis for the promo to the alt-RnB of Skeleton Key.
Francis contrasts a night-time trip to the launderette with sensual imagery and performance footage, sketching out the themes of anger, sorrow and confusion within the lyric.
"The track deals with some pretty sexual themes, the challenge being to get this feeling across without going too literal with it all.
"It was a pretty fun shoot, but then again I wasn’t the one sitting in the pool all day”.
|Director of Photography||Matt North|
|Director's Representation||Marisa Garner @ Marisa Garner Associates|
|1st AD||Tom Kelly|
|Focus Puller||Christian Swain|
|1st AC||Christian Swain|
|Jib Operator||Matt Baker|
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