Benjamin Francis Leftwich 'Mayflies' by Jake Jelicich
Jake Jelicich has put together these dreamlike, neon-tinged visuals for York singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich's track Mayflies. Taking place in a heavily-draped, intimate space, the video captures young people in a woozy hangout, kissing under vastly different coloured rays of light.
Instead of following a lead character, the clip cycles through various insert shots of couples together - lit up by projected visuals - as well as portraits of the attendees, captured with winding Dutch angles.
|Director of Photography||Jake Jelicich|
|Production Company||Nice & Polite|
|Label||Dirty Hit Records|
|Production Manager||Rohan Scully|
|1st AD||Afzal Robbani|
|2nd AD||Madeline Roberts|
|Focus Puller||James Hills|
|Art Direction||Jade Mortimer|
|Art Department Assistant||Kat Hawker|
|Casting director||Coralie Rose|
|Studio||East London Studios|
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