Tom Andrew and Sam Davis's video for Daniel Avery has taken a comment by the DJ/producer and made it their inspiration.
Daniel Avery 'Under The Tallest Arch' by Tom Andrew
Photographer and filmmaker Tom Andrew takes found moments of dance from archive video footage of clubs, including the video for Avery’s Glass, co-directed by Andrew and Sam Davis, and explores them in a motion capture studio, with live interactive projections.
A progression of three characters, together with three styles of choreographed movement, represents a state of mind progression, from these archived moments.
The result skirts the boundaries between pop promo and experimental art film, further evidence of Tom Andrew's inventiveness and potential as an up-and-coming director.
|Director of Photography||Joseph Dunn|
|Grading company||Time Based Arts|
|Lead actor||Hannah Ekholm (dancer)|
|Director's Representation||Stem Agency|
|Other credits||VFX Producer & Sound Design : Ashely Keeler @Target3D Motion Capture Engineer : Patros De Donker @Target3D Set Designer : Lucy Blofeld|
Tom Andrew and Sam Davis's video for composer John Metcalfe is a collection of near-abstract imagery to illuminate the theme of the track Solitude.
Sam Davis and Tom Andrew have directed, produced and shot this experimental piece for DJ/producer Daniel Avery, which incorporates deconstructed CG elements into artfully-shot, minimalist live action.
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