Freya Ridings 'Maps' (Live At Hackney Round Chapel) by Raja Virdi
Raja Virdi captures compelling new talent Freya Ridings in a one-shot live performance video, performing a cover of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs' wonderful Maps.
Shot in the Hackney Round Chapel, a carefully choreographed steadicam shot (executed by Matt Allsop) moves from wide to tight-shots of Freya to add more drama to an emotional peformance, and emphasise the full scale of a delightful venue.
|Production Company||Khona Productions|
|1st AD||Ty Hack|
|Director of Photography||Nick Morris|
|Focus Puller||Gary Long|
|2nd AC||Rhys Warren|
|Hair & Make-up||Emma Croft|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Clara Butler Spark: Amir Moulfi Spark: Chris Williamson Balloon Op: Lee Mills @ Airstar Runner: Hassan Roble Runner: Aurora Harris Runner: Megan Derbyshire|
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