Matthew Sterling's video for Shaelone captures a dancer's performance in a variety of locations and on three different formats - Super 16mm, 8mm and VHS-C.
Caitlyn Scarlett 'Ornaments' by Matthew Sterling
Shooting on Kodak 16mm 200T allowed Matthew Sterling to capture the vibe of Caitlyn Scarlett's Ornaments.
Casual, cool and independence resonnate through her honest lyrics, reflected by the tinted shots of the singer pacing through the local supermarket, a colourful, banal scene contrasted with the intimacy of her bedroom shown through other clips.
|Director of Photography||Jamie Harding|
|Focus Puller||Sam Finney|
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