Sundara Karma 'A Young Understanding' by Oscar Hudson
Don't you just hate it when you're trying to shoot an artfully arranged performance video of a cool, young band in a gritty English backstreet, but every take gets interrupted by a nosey man in a bright purple tracksuit?
We've all been there, right? Oscar Hudson certainly has.
"The concept for this video came to me a really long time ago whilst daydreaming in the backseat on a very long drive. This was before anyone was letting me make music videos for them, so the idea had been gathering dust in my brain for a few years before I pitched it to the band.
"I’ve always loved the look of images that come from cameras when they aren’t being pointed with any intention- like when you forget to stop recording after taking a clip. There’s something interesting about removing the hand that points the camera from a situation. So with this concept I got to have a load of fun with those kinds of ideas."
|Executive Producer||Aaron Z. Willson|
|Production Manager||Callum Harrison|
|Director of Photography||Ruben Woodin-Dechamps|
|Focus Puller||Spike Morris|
|2nd AC||Orlando Morris|
|Art Director||Luke Moran-Morris|
|Hair & Make-up||Anna Wild|
|Other credits||B Cam Op: Joe Ransom B Cam Assistant: Nai Sukanant Stolen Cam Op: Joerg Stadler Art Assistant: Laura Castelano Grip: Ben Freeman Spark: Matt Markham Lighting Trainee: Harry Pepper|
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