Following his SHOWStudio-commissioned film featuring Eniko, Barnaby Roper has a new fashion extravaganza, dissecting some of the season's most devastating looks (it says here) in Iris - starring …
BANKS 'Brain' by Barnaby Roper
Barnaby Roper compliments the deep atmospherics in BANKS' brooding soundscape of Brain with this dark, bewitching promo.
With the LA singer delivering a notably sultry and mesmerising performance, Roper adds some lovely kaleidoscopic, slo-mo and stutter fx to keep the momentum going, increasing in intensity as the track escalates...
|Production Company||Black Dog Films|
|Executive Producer||Coleen Haynes|
|Line Producer||David Robertson|
|Director of Photography||Jackson Hunt|
|Production designer||Gill Gayle|
|Grading company||Box Studios|
|Post Producer||Seema Naik|
|3D Landscape Animation||Harry Martis|
Barnaby's photography has appeared in leading global fashion publications such as i.D., Dazed and Confused, British Vogue, Arena, Japanese Vogue, GQ Style and he recently shot two stories for the …
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