David Knight - 10th Mar 2014

Fronted by the charismatic Sneakbo and backed up by Tujamo & Plastik Funk, the infectious dance-ragga-rap of Dr Who gets an excellent treatment by Mike Tyler who goes further than celebrating the track with a banging performance.

The uplifting element comes from sketching the creative process in various activities - from dancing to graphic design, from calligraphy to martial arts - and their common aspect. Then Mike did the edit himself - and adding a graphic overlay.    

MIKE TYLER:

"With this project I wanted to show how a variety of artists practicing different disciplines still go through similar processes – preparation, creativity, problem-solving, motivation, satisfaction, etc.

"Sneakbo was great on camera. He took direction really well and delivered a strong performance. We had a fantastic cast and crew who all came through and did an amazing job!

"After the shoot I spent the next couple of weeks locked in a basement editing, grading and glitching out the footage. I want to say a massive thank you to everyone who worked so hard on this project."

Watch 'Tujamo & Plastik Funk feat. Sneakbo 'Dr Who' by Mike Tyler' here

PRO Credits

Credits

Asst stylistJess Gavigan
DirectorMike Tyler
2nd ADDanny Castro
Director of PhotographyJames Rhodes
1st ACAndrew Bradley
GafferYan Murawski
SparkMartin Kloud
StylistKitty Cowell
1st ADDan Gibling
Hair & Make-upEmily Tongue
RunnerAfzal Robbani
EditorMike Tyler
ColouristMike Tyler
VFXMike Tyler
CommissionerPhil Segar
LabelAll Around The World
Other creditsMake Up Assistant: Alice Partridge Calligraphy Artist: Yean Teo Martial Artist: Aaron Gassor Dancer: Eirini Devitt Model: Jenny Fisher Graphic Designer: Jack Edwards Body Popper: Marvel Graffiti Writer: Mez Ferguson

David Knight - 10th Mar 2014

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