Mike Mago 'Outlines' by Ciaran Lyons
In keeping with the title of Mike Mago's latest dancefloor-filler Outlines, a greyscaled dancer (Ida May) enters a studio and proceeds to leave technicolor silhouettes around the room in Ciaran Lyon's nicely-executed video.
"The video grew from the idea of a dancer's movements leaving behind visual echoes (outlines) as she moves around a space. Together with a great dancer, I started playing around with this idea to see where we could take it.
"We were interested in her movements creating a variety of different types of figures. Sometimes her movements are graceful; sometimes they're awkward. Sometimes they're dreamy and abstract; sometimes they look like backing dancers on Top of the Pops."
|1st AD||Jack Pirie, Alex Hylands-white|
|Director of Photography||Matthew Emvin Taylor|
|Lead actor||Ida May|
|Other credits||Production Assistant - Emily Fisher|
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