Finding comfort elsewhere is key to the narrative of Natalie Neal's video for Ladonnis.
vōx 'I Still Care' by Natalie Neal
LA artist vōx is crowned at sunset in this one-take video by director Natalie Neal.
Set in a desert location and captured in slow motion, the visual sees the artist surrounded by people who proceed to dress her, ruff collar and all, until she looks like a young Elizabeth I (foregoing the heavy coronation robes).
“This video is an homage to the power of vulnerability - to that empowerment,” explains Natalie.
|Producer||Bon Bon Espiritu|
|Director of Photography||Sean Bagley|
|Production Company||Saint Cloud|
|Director's Rep (UK)||Marisa Garner @ Marisa Garner Associates|
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