Rae Morris 'Do It' by Noel Paul
Rae Morris goes to New York City and has a ball, in Noel Paul's charming video for DO IT.
In their second video working together, following Reborn, the rapport between the artist and director comes through with a deceptively simple scenario that has been executed beautifully: Rae is in the Big Apple seeing the sights with her best mates, visiting all the regular tourist spots; the performance is directed to camera, who is effectively one of her friends too. And soon everyone they meet is joining in to utter the imperative 'DO IT'.
A joyful piece of work - and there's one unguarded moment from Rae which is absolute gold.
|Executive Producer||Luke Tierney|
|Associate Producer||Jonathan Hsu|
|Director of Photography||Gabe Harden|
|Hair & Make-up||Clarissa Montenegro|
|Grading company||Lucid Post|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Andrew Gavin, Evan Cerniglia Featured Friends: Elizabeth Scopel, Tala Safie, Jean-Claude Elaramouni, Jessica Lin|
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