Cat Velez - 30th Mar 2017

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. 


DirectorNatalie Neal
ProducerBon Bon Espiritu
Director of PhotographySean Bagley
WardrobeKristin Condia
HairGordon Banh
Make-upGordon Banh
Production CompanySaint Cloud
Director's Rep (UK)Marisa Garner @ Marisa Garner Associates

Cat Velez - 30th Mar 2017

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