Lewis Watson 'Maybe We're Home' by Raja Virdi
Here's a nicely shot performance video for English singer-songwriter Lewis Watson directed by Raja Virdi, featuring the artist and his band in a large daylit warehouse space, performing his new single Maybe We're Home.
The video was shot by DoP Tom Pierrepont using an anamorphic lens to emphasise the wide open space, with some lovely steadicamera work by Andrew Bainbridge, providing some fluid, engaging shots of the musicians working their magic.
|Director of Photography||Tom Pierrepont|
|Focus Puller||Bradley Stearn|
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