Oliver Hadlee Pearch continues his acclaimed series of music videos for Jungle that follow a distinctive theme... First there was the precocious kid in Platoon, then the roller-skating brothers …
Jungle 'Julia' by Oliver Hadlee Pearch
After four outstanding videos highlighting the talents of a diverse range of dance performers, here's the fifth and final part of the collaboration between Oliver Hadlee Pearch and Jungle. And with the video for Julia, the main performer is arguably the most talented of the lot.
Certainly lead dancer Jordan Melchor has far more conventional attributes than those featured in the previous videos for Platoon, The Heat, Busy Earnin' and Time - he's an athlete, and a mesmerizing presence in the video where choreographer Aaron Sillis also makes a huge contribution.
And many of the dancers featured in the previous videos assemble once more at the end here, which emphasises the fact this has not only been a great series, but an influential one. Has dance ever been as big in music videos as it is now?
|Director||Oliver Hadlee Pearch|
|Production Company||Colonel Blimp|
|Executive Producer||Paul Weston|
|Head of Music Video||Nathan James Tettey|
|Production Manager||Jack Bingham|
|1st AD||George Nelson|
|Director of Photography||Adam Scarth|
|Lead Dancer||Jordan Melchor|
|Dancers||Chris Arias, Remi Black, Teneisha Bonner|
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