Cat Velez - 10th June 2015

Jak O'Hare has delivered this video for G Frsh's track Sometimes featuring Stormzy and Tinie Tempah, with a narrative exploring the residual feelings that remain after relationships desintegrate. Featuring some cinematic Berlin-based locations, the clip is a great portrayal of the lyrics, showing how life goes on -namely, childrens' lives- after relationships end. 


I was desperate to show Berlin in the light I see it.
I've been working with G FrSH for many years and wanted to take him out of his comfort zone.
It was beautiful to just be creative and left alone without any form of compromise from outsiders.
I hope this video shows ‘The good in goodbye’.


DirectorJak O’hare
ProducerNeil Edson
ProducerRob Jelley
Production CompanyElectric) Berlin Production (v8 Films)
Production CompanyWaterworks (gas
Director of PhotographyAaron Reid
Focus PullerMicheal Hobdell
WardrobeAlize Demange
EditorJak O’hare
ColouristJoseph Bicknell
Director's RepresentationOB
Other creditsProduction Assistant: Ashleigh Jadee Thanks To Beats By Dre,V8 Films, Disturbing London And Gas & Electric.

Cat Velez - 10th June 2015

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