Billy Boyd Cape creates something otherworldly and touching for Kwaye's powerful new track Paralysed.
Mont Jake ft. Leland Whitty & Gene Fisher 'Come Closer' by Billy Boyd Cape
Mont Jake has a very cool place. His cube-like apartment-cum-studio is where he relaxes, and also creates his own brand of funky jazz. And the lighting is fab too. It just happens to be outside, under a bridge.
Billy Boyd Cape's video for Come Closer has a very nice vibe and great charm - and also comes with a super-chilled, very bucolic epilogue.
BILLY BOYD CAPE:
"The idea for this was developed late last year during a number of coffees with the artist in East London. The song has huge energy and an epic quality, but what I found when I met Jakob was that he’s more of an introvert with a perfectionist attitude: He writes, sings, produces and plays most instruments on his tracks. My dilemma was how do I put all of these elements into one video.
"Academy really pulled out all the stops on this one - a huge collaborative effort. A night shoot, with an outdoor set and full DMX lighting… And we literally couldn’t have done it without this wild and wonderful 48-550mm anamorphic lens from the great guys at Panavision."
|Director||Billy Boyd Cape|
|Production Manager||Antonia Vickers|
|1st AD||Jack Meredith|
|Director of Photography||Molly Manning Walker|
|Art Director||Katie Clarke|
|Editor||Billy Boyd Cape|
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