Cat Velez - 7th Aug 2015

Directing duo Max & Dania bring you this youthful and fun video for Melissa Steel's You Love Me? featuring Wretch 32.

The video gives the audience the fresh feeling of a summer love story. Shot in the iconic 50s style Pink Motel in LA and incorporating projected kaleidoscopic visuals over the beautiful Melissa this video is bright and full of colour, elevating an already bubbly track.

PRO Credits


DirectorMax & Dania
ProducerJay Tauzin
Production CompanyLuti Media
Executive ProducerLuti Fagbenle
Production ManagerDain August
1st ADJamar
Director of PhotographyJoe Labisi
Focus PullerMichael Bolten
2nd ACJason Cowan
GafferThomas Wiley
Art DirectorJuan Mabson
HairMichael Duenas
EditorJohn Holloway
Editing companyPortobello Post
ColouristDenny Cooper
Grading companyRushes
Lead actorAllante Bonnet, Leilani Wolfgramm, Chad Davis, Ashley Riley, Rion Fisher, Mary Carmen
Director's RepresentationMarisa Garner @ Marisa Garner Associates
Make-up (Artist)Kathy Jeung
WardrobeAimee Croysdill
Hair & Make-up (cast)Stephanie Herrera
Stylist (cast)Alejandra Hernandez
CommissionerShadeh Smith
LabelAtlantic Records

Cat Velez - 7th Aug 2015

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