Jimmy Brown - 11th Mar 2014

Ross Cooper at One In Three made a welcome return to music videos at the end of last year with his video for Crystal Fighters' Wave, where he engaged a host of trapeze artists to create a unique human wave.

Ross says that at 30 metres long and 8.5 metres high, the human 'Pendulum Wave Machine' is the largest ever built. 12 trapezes or 'pendulums' with spotlights attached swing for the duration of the song, drifting in and out of phase. All worked out to a mathematical formula, and its a marvellous sight indeed.


DirectorOne In Three
Production CompanyBlink
ProducerGeorgina Fillmore
Production ManagerAdam Farley
Director of PhotographyDaniel Trapp
Focus PullerTristan Hayley
DITMatt Hicks
GafferAlex Jason
1st ADJim Cole
Art DirectorAshley Dando
StylistNatalie Willis
Asst stylistVeri Diana Ferraz
Make-upJuliana Ferreira
HairJuliana Ferreira
SFX SupervisorAlex Gunn
EditorRoss Cooper
Post production companyCherry Cherry TV
Post SupervisorNico Cotta
Post ProducerArlinda Craven
After EffectsStuart Sinclair
ColouristDan Moran
Grading companySmoke & Mirrors
LabelAtlantic Records
Special ThanksPaul Liu
Special ThanksBlink Productions

Jimmy Brown - 11th Mar 2014

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