Outasight 'The Boogie' by Daniel Broadley
Daniel Broadley directs a warehouse dance party with its own light show for Outasight's Boogie.
Utilising some slick lighting choices and letting the dancing speak for itself, this clip utilises the instructional nature of the song (remember the Cha-Cha Slide? It's like that but with a bit more 2016 style and polish to it). Some super-wide lenses at play here distort the image playfully, allowing the entire warehouse dance ensemble to throw some shapes.
"The Boogie was such a fun promo to direct, I had the opportunity to collaborate with some incredibly creative people over in L.A that all brought their best ideas to the table. Needless to say we were all doing the dance in our sleep afterwards."
|Production Company||Kode Media|
|Executive Producer||Nathan Killham|
|1st AD||Parker Mcmillan|
|Director of Photography||Dannel Escallon|
|Focus Puller||Steve Doyle|
|2nd AC||Nick Menio|
|Art Director||Garrett Pruter|
|Grading company||The Mill|
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