Aeris Roves 'Don't Ask' by Rich Hall
Rich Hall explores how things keep coming around in this video for new singer-songwriter Aeris Roves.
With the minutiae of everyday life played out on a carousel in the park, its a visual demonstration that repetition generates its own centrifugal force.
"Aeris wanted something that reflected the repetitiveness of the same kind of relationships he was finding himself in. I wanted to use the spinning motion of the platform as the metaphor but elevate it somehow. So I decided to deconstruct the world he lives in by recreating domestic scenes but outside in the middle of park... Oh and his family are pretty safe too."
|Executive Producer||Natalie Arnett|
|1st AD||Jonathan Sidwell|
|Director of Photography||Tristan Chenais|
|Art Director||Laurie Walters|
|Grading company||Coffee & TV|
|Post production company||Coffee & TV|
|Director's Representation||Joceline Gabriel|
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