Cat Velez - 25th Aug 2015

Courtney Barnett's appearance in London during her tour provided an excellent opportunity for Jon White to capture this pop-up performance outside Camden Town tube station on August 17th 2015, for her track Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go To The Party.

With four camera operators on crew, White definitely got his bases covered in terms of varied viewpoints on the whole affair, giving editor Katie Walters lots of footage to choose from for a rythmic edit to follow the track. So high fives all round that this has been turned around and released in a matter of days.

PRO Credits


ColouristIan McLaughlin
DirectorJon White
ProducerAlessandra D’Avanzo
ProducerNick Crossley
Director of PhotographyDaniel Morgan
1st ADMark McPadden
EditorJon White
EditorKatie Walters
ProducerRohan Scully
Camera operatorDan McPake
Camera operatorJames Parsons
Camera operatorTom Broadhead
Camera operatorDaniel Ali
Additional FootageMadole Scott
RunnerAdam Firth
RunnerPhil McCusker
CommissionerJohn Moule

Cat Velez - 25th Aug 2015

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