Luke Bather - 16th May 2016

After their Wes Anderson-tinged video for the ultra catchy Sometimes, Bryan Schlam and Oscar have teamed up again for Good Things. 

A saturated, colourful video presented in an aspect ratio reminiscent of medium format photography, we're presented with a series of surrealist vignettes (or as the title card suggests: "A Disastrous Collection Of Fizzles and Flops".

Aesthetically speaking, Bryan Schlam and Oscar are a pairing creating a great visual identity, managing to combine pop culture references with their own contemporary style to create a series of videos that have a collective identity, whilst still standing up on the strength of their ideas - much like the pairing of Ace Norton and Darwin Deez about six or seven years ago.

PRO Credits


DirectorBryan Schlam
ProducerIzzy Cohan
Production CompanyBLVD Industries
Executive ProducerJason Valen
Director of PhotographyBen Carey
Art DirectorGilli Glatt
Art DirectorAli
Hair & Make-upJessie Eden
EditorBryan Schlam
ColouristJaime O’bradovich
VFXJohn Criston, Garrett Alloway
LabelWichita Recordings
Director's Rep (UK)Las Bandas Be Brave
Other creditsProduction Assistant: Allison Rodgers Art PA: Debbie Kunst Art PA: Stephanie Shulman Grip: Alexander Prokos Grip: Luis Alarcon

Luke Bather - 16th May 2016

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