Filmed in a stylish monochrome, Raph Emile's striking promo is characterised by visuals that are both provocative and sinister.
Will Joseph Cook 'Take Me Dancing' by Rafe Jennings
With the office to themselves, two colleagues abandon their work. Instead, the pair dance away under fluorescent lights and amuse themselves with workplace antics.
Featuring bold choreography with plenty of charm, this is Will Joseph Cook's second video directed by Rafe Jennings.
|Production Company||Tribe Films|
|Executive Producer||Rafe Gibbons|
|1st AD||Hannah Shipley|
|Director of Photography||Tristan Chenais|
|Focus Puller||Michael Hobdell|
|2nd AC||Laura Van De Hel|
|Art Director||Gabi Malewska|
|Editing company||Tribe Works|
|Lead actor||Will Joseph Cook, Izabella Malewska, Daniel Huddlestone, Samuel Brown|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Liam Coles Production Assistant: Lucile Canel Artist Manager: Joss Acock Label Representative: Charlotte McIlroy|
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