Cat Velez - 13th Apr 2015

After Meg Myers mentioned to director Andrew Donoho that she'd be interested in using children or elderly people in the video for her latest single Sorry, he came up with the final concept.

The video sees two different sequences shot in the same house. The first, with children playing during a beautiful, sunny day; the second, with Meg Myers returning to the house years later riddled with anger and guilt after the desintegration of a relationship. 

PRO Credits


DirectorAndrew Donoho
ProducerAlex Orr
ProducerCameron Boling
Executive ProducerStacy Vaughan
Director of PhotographyNate Hurtsellers
GafferJon Titus
Art DirectorAimee Holmberg
WardrobeLorraine Coppin
HairAlex Zakar
Make-upKatie Ballard
EditorPatrick Perry
ColouristPrehistoric Digital
Lead actorAnna Stevenson Matthew Hughes
Director's RepresentationOB Management
CommissionerAlex Bittan
SteadicamDonovan Henneberg-Verity
Key GripTyler Winger
Best Boy ElectricianSteven Walton

Cat Velez - 13th Apr 2015

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