Paloma Faith 'Warrior' by Thomas James
Continuing their longstanding creative collaboration, Thomas James and Paloma Faith use the new video for Warrior to celebrate a number of human rights campaigners.
LGBT activist Owen Jones, transgender Voice UK singer Jordan Gray, actor and playwright Rikki Beadle-Blair and many other inspirational figures feature in monochrome tones, each one a representative for their values within the community, and a call for equality and awareness.
"In this video Thomas James and I asked some incredible people we know or have met, who have either fought against all odds for what they believe to be right for the greater good, or survived the most profoundly heart wrenching obstacles," Paloma Faith has told Attitude magazine. "The video is meant to be a testament to the human spirit."
|Executive Producer||Martin Roker|
|Director of Photography||Aaron Reid|
|Director's Representation||Holly Wolfers|
|Other credits||Morgan Sinclair - 2nd Unit DP Gary Long - Focus Puller Jake McClean-Walker - Focus Puller Milo Brown - Loader Steve Daily - Rigger Zoe Klinck - Production Designer|
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