Rob Ulitski - 7th Aug 2019

Tim Moorhouse explores the bond between two brothers in the video for Leo Stannard. Told from the point of view of the naïve younger brother, Jack, we see their day-to-day life in a forgotten neigbourhood, fishing, playing and causing mischief together.

In a series of vignettes, we see the older brother's transition into adolescence, and how it impacts and then strengthens the bond between them both. Shot mostly in natural daylight, the video feels authentic and poignant, and is a great pairing for the emotional track. 

PRO Credits


DirectorTim Moorhouse
ProducerSandra Spethmann
Production CompanyFeral Youth Productions Ltd
1st ADAgnieszka Owczarek
Director of PhotographyJP Garcia
GafferChloe Deleplace
Art DirectorSophie Bramley
WardrobeGeorgia Clark
Make-upShauna Taggart
EditorRicardo Saraiva
ColouristJoseph Bicknell
Grading companyCHEAT
CommissionerSony Uk
LabelBlack Butter Limited
Other credits2AD Ben Plumb

Rob Ulitski - 7th Aug 2019

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