Cat Velez - 15th June 2015

Director James Willis follows up his intimate Denai Moore live sessions by collaborating with indie art house rockers Django Django. Released as part of the band's much anticipated second album Born Under Saturn, he captures Django Django’s complex live set up in a series of smoothly executed one-shots for the tracks First Light, Reflections, Beginning to Fade, and Pause Repeat, photographed by James Rhodes.

Here, First Light gets the one-shot treatment...

PRO Credits


DirectorJames Willis
ProducerHannah Gracie
Production CompanyBullion Productions
Director of PhotographyJames Rhodes
Focus PullerLuke Cairns
2nd ACBen Marshall
GafferNeil Hawkins
ColouristSonny Sheridan
Grading companyThe Farm
Director's RepresentationOB Management
CommissionerJane Third
LabelBecause Music
SparkCharlie Jenkins
RunnerKatie Denman
OnlineAnna Meller

Cat Velez - 15th June 2015

Related Content


Spector 'What You Wanted' by James Willis

James Willis and the Bullion collective head down to Efes in Dalston to catch Spector perform What You Wanted to a motley crew of regulars - including one particularly game old girl...

David Knight - 1st Sept 2011


Cash+David 'Pulse' by James Willis

James Willis returns for his second video for Cash+David, and although the setting is grittily urban, his clip for Pulse has a lot in common with his choreography-based video for Funn...

David Knight - 29th May 2014


Denai Moore 'No Light' by James Willis

In this stunning live performance video shot all in one take, James Willis captures Denai Moore singing No Light, from her upcoming LP Elsewhere. 

Cat Velez - 27th Mar 2015

Latest News