Jimmy Brown - 20th Feb 2015

Bison's promo sees Rosie Lowe perform the delightful electronic pop of Who's That Girl on a stripped-down set while wearing a diaphanous veil.

It's characterised by some very cool lighting design, with the performance punctuated by pulses of blinding light - captured beautifully by DP Dan Stafford-Clark. Hypnotic. 


"The aim was to take a really simple, deconstructed idea, and then add in layers of complexity through carefully choreographed lighting cues and projections. It's not a complicated piece, but there's a lot going on. There's a brooding intensity to the track, and that was something we really wanted to reflect in the visuals.

"Working with Rosie was an absolute dream. Creatively she's so focussed, and we share so many influences, that it instantly felt like working with an old friend. Rosie was kind enough to break the audio down into seperate layers for us, allowing us to drive the lighting design using different audio elements from the track."

Watch 'Rosie Lowe 'Who's That Girl' by Bison' here

PRO Credits


DirectorDave Bullivant
Production CompanyAcademy Films
ProducerLiz Kessler
Director of PhotographyDan Stafford-Clark
Art DirectorKatie Clark
Make-upStephanie G-M
StylistDaisy Azis
EditorVid Price
Editing companyThe Assembly Rooms
ColouristDuncan Russell
Grading companyGlassworks
CommissionerEmily Tedrake

Jimmy Brown - 20th Feb 2015

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