Tributes have been pouring in on social media following the tragic news that Luke Biggins, director, DoP and executive producer of hundreds of music videos, has died suddenly.
Ben Watt 'Gradually' by John Jeanes
Shot on the backstreets of Hackney and Islington, John Jeanes' melancholic narrative video for British singer-songwriter Ben Watt's song Gradually explores the relationship between a sex worker and the artist who pays to paint her.
Captured in doleful black and white, we follow the model across a few days through dark, lonely streets as she walks to and from the painter's flat to pose for him. And after a night were she sleeps over, it is understood that - after he still insists on paying her the morning after - that the feelings she has slowly developed for him are painfully unreciprocated...
|Director of Photography||Daniel Besley|
|Other credits||Cast: Luiza Ludiasa, William Turner Roden|
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