Katy B, Craig David, Major Lazer 'Who Am I' by Jeremy Rall
Continuing his 2016 cultural renaissance, Craig David shows up on this Katy B track directed by Jeremy Rall. It's a clean, stylish performance video complete with cityscapes, muscle cars and some of the cleanest mirrors I have ever seen. Plus it's one of those rare instances where projected visuals come off looking great.
|Production Company||Prime Zero|
|Executive Producer||Nicole Acacio|
|Production Manager||Chyyanna Lee|
|1st AD||Young Chang|
|Director of Photography||Joe Labisi|
|Art Director||Damian Fyffe|
|Hair||Jonathon Levi Powell|
|VFX||Vhpost, Blacklist Digital|
|Director's Rep (US)||Lark Creative|
|Other credits||Projector Company: Everlast Productions|
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