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Jax Jones 'Breathe' by James Slater
A dancing couple have London completely to themselves in James Slater's video for Jax Jones.
Whether it's London landmarks like the Natural History Museum and the Millennium Bridge, shopping malls and main streets, the couple tell the narrative of the relationship through the city without another soul in sight.
Slater worked with a small crew over two nights, visiting areas of London that are known for being busy. Here's a chance to appreciate the place without the crowds.
|Production Company||My Accomplice|
|1st AD||Ato Yankey|
|Director of Photography||Carl Burke|
|Focus Puller||Barney Bathchelor|
|2nd AC||Amy Wilson|
|Editor||Gigi Cone Welsh|
|Post production company||UNIT|
|Director's Representation||Alexa Haywood at Free Agent UK|
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