Blonde 'Foolish' by Davis Sillis
Davis Silis delivers a montage of eye-catching graphics in his slickly-edited promo for Foolish by Adam Englefield and Jake Manson - aka Bristol-based production duo Blonde. Thats an awful lot of fruit...
"The idea behind this music video for Blonde is all about what happens when you lose yourself to summer love. You know that feeling, when all of your senses get pushed to the extreme. Everything you see, touch, hear, feel and taste is way more intense, and the rest of the world around you almost stops making much sense. But it doesn't matter, because you're in love.
"This video was about taking that feeling and pushing it to a more surreal, super saturated edge, in a way that mixes photographic and graphic images in one".
|Director of Photography||Mattias Nyberg|
|Director's Representation||Lock It In|
|1st AD||George Nels|
|Production Manager||Simona Boulding|
|Production Assistant||Phoebe Longley-Cook|
|Art Direction||Sets Appeal|
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