Cat Velez - 11th Sept 2015

Damian Weilers has delivered some visual delight for Frank Turner's Josephine, based based on the album's thematic exploration of positivity and negativity, with Josephine is a black figure to start and the more Turner sings the more he's is covered in paint and the more she is revealed from the black.

Aside from the interesting aesthetic appeal, the image of paint retracting from Josephine ties in with Frank's lyrics, pleading with her to reveal herself to him. It also serves as a metaphor for our a state of mind, with dark thoughts clouding more encouraging ones.

PRO Credits

Credits

StylistMarissa Marsh
DirectorDamian Weilers
Executive ProducerPaul McKee
Production CompanyPaul McKee at LOOSE JOINTS
Production ManagerFreya Silk
Director of PhotographyMattias Nyberg
Focus PullerJob Reineke
2nd ACChris Rogers
GafferHoward Davidson
ElectricianRichard Harrowing
Art DirectorAmy James
ProducerAmy James
StylistNicole Meer
StylistBillie
Make-upHolly Silius
RunnerLuca Barton
RunnerDeclan Slattery
EditorJamie O'Donnell
Editing companycut and run
ColouristToby Tomkins
CommissionerEmily Tedrake
LabelPolydor
GirlEloise Showering

Cat Velez - 11th Sept 2015

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