Cat Velez - 20th July 2015

Will Johnson & William Campbell have directed this lovely testament to LGBT love and acceptance. It's made up of starkly intimate black and white images of various people in the community paired with American electropop band Priory's punchy and festive track Put 'Em Up.

The video starts out showing regular people doing everyday things in an anonymous fashion until they come together in a place of mutual acceptance where everyone has a chance to be free to be whatever they are, on the inside or outside.

Credits

DirectorWilliam Campbell
DirectorWill Johnson
ProducerTommy Dingwall
ProducerNikki Maniolas
Production CompanyGentleman Scholar
Executive ProducerRachel Kaminek
Director of PhotographyTom Banks
EditorJames Dierx
CommissionerDevin Sarno

Cat Velez - 20th July 2015

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