Cat Velez - 25th Mar 2015

Experimental director Callum Cooper builds his own camera rigs to create fascinating and disorientating moving image pieces, which can be seen dotted around his website.

The development of these techniques have been put to use in his mind-bending (and disorientating) recent video for Metronomy's Month Of Sundays. Now, he has delivered this impressive work for Turn Back Around by Rhodes, which was shot over three days in Cyprus. With the camera constantly in motion, and through air and water, the video takes the viewer on a journey of unusual, underwater perspectives and gorgeous scenery. 


DirectorCallum Cooper
Production CompanyGood Egg
ProducerTom Birmingham
Local ProducerLeandros Mavrommatis
Director of PhotographyCallum Cooper
EditorCallum Cooper
ColouristLewis Crossfield
FlameMikael Theander
CastSarah Johnson

Cat Velez - 25th Mar 2015

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