Jess Glynne 'Don't Be So Hard On Yourself' by Declan Whitebloom
Declan Whitebloom has delivered this well-executed, inspirational video for Jess Glynne's punchy power anthem Don't Be So Hard On Yourself.
It tracks the story of a teenager who is down on his luck, having to relocate to a new neighbourhood and school after his father passes away. A picture on his bedside table reveals his father was a drummer a defining skill that inspires the sullen boy to follow in his footsteps.
He's got a long way to go before he can prove himself worthy to join the drumline at his new school... But the boy demonstrates that with a little guidance, a solid work ethic paired with a can-do attitude can go a long way. And he doesn't have to deal with an evil teacher, as in Whiplash...
|Producer||Ana De Diego|
|Executive Producer||Katie Dolan|
|Executive Producer||Melinda Kelly|
|Production Manager||Cindy Lu|
|1st AD||Chad Nicholson|
|Director of Photography||Jackson Hunt|
|2nd AC||Steven Doyle|
|Art Director||Kai Boydell|
|Hair & Make-up||Armee Jacob|
|Lead actor||Main Boy: Jordan Humpries Mother: Erika Bowman Dad: Clarke Peters|
|Director's Representation||Martin Roker at Black Dog Films|
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