Cat Velez - 10th Nov 2015

Jess Glynne has made a name for herself through consistently uplifting, soulful pop bangers. But her latest Take Me Home, this year's Children In Need single, is a change in direction, and the raw heartache of the subject matter has prompted a very different Jess Glynne video, directed by Declan Whitebloom (who also directed her video for Don't Be So Hard On Yourself).

Jess gives a starkly honest, emotional performance - her vulnerability emphasised by her (tastefully rendered) nakedness throughout. The clip manages to create a touching intimacy, and in doing so brings us closer to this talented artist. 

Watch 'Jess Glynne 'Take Me Home' by Declan Whitebloom' here

Credits

DirectorDeclan Whitebloom
ProducerSonya Sier
Production CompanyBlack Dog Films
Executive ProducerKatie Dolan
Production ManagerAmanda Tuckwell
1st ADGeorge Nelson
Director of PhotographyRichard Stewart
Focus PullerAlexandra Volkou
GafferMark Clayton
Art DirectorOllie Tiong
WardrobeChloe Richardson
HairPaul Donovan
Make-upJo Frost
EditorDeclan Whitebloom
ColouristMarshall Plante
Grading companyNtropic
Director's RepresentationMartin Roker at Black Dog Films
CommissionerDan Curwin
LabelAtlantic Records
Clapper LoaderAmy Brock Morgan
SteadicamMihalis Margaritis

Cat Velez - 10th Nov 2015

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