Luke Bather - 15th Aug 2016

Jennifer Juniper Stratford's video for Beach House is an awesome analogue mess lifted straight out of the 80s.

Complete with a minimal, yet somehow still gloriously excessive setting, this hyper-saturated colourscape video sees The Traveller go on a journey laced with high contrast psychedelia. Waves upon waves of gorgeous analogue manipulation wash over the protagonist as she walks powerfully through a black void. The costume, the setting, the aesthetic - it's all screaming 80s so loudly that it's walking firmly through the door labelled pastiche and heading for straight for parody - but that's certainly no bad thing.


DirectorJennifer Juniper Stratford
Director of PhotographyTravis Peterson
Production designerRoni Levi
Production CompanyWondros
ProducerDana Marshall
Executive ProducerBethany Gould
1st ADLynn Hong
Costume designerRainy Jacobs
GafferJon Tucker
Other creditsAnalog Tech: Stephi Duckula Makeup: Karis Wilde + Tracy Chase Production coordinator: David Cho The Traveller: Karis Wilde Analogue Video Effects: Jennifer Juniper Stratford @ Telefantasy Studios Media Lab

Luke Bather - 15th Aug 2016

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