Rob Ulitski - 18th Nov 2019

Tom Walker gives a poignant live rendition of Better Half Of Me, directed by Jack Lightfoot. 

The performance is powerful and emotive, and the use of East London's George Tavern as a location is a match made in heaven, full of character and timeless beauty. Matt Vahey utilises the abundant natural daylight and huge windows to compose a soft and warm aesthetic, which matches the laidback pace of the track perfectly. Great work from the team, who have previously worked with Walker on live videos for Just You And I and Leave A Light On. 

PRO Credits


DirectorJack Lightfoot
ProducerJames Dearden
Production ManagerEmily Vincent
Director of PhotographyMatt Vahey
Focus PullerTan Moye Khan
WardrobeRichard Sloan
Make-upLauren Newman
EditorLouis Catlett
EditorLaurence Dawes
ColouristDan Moran
CommissionerHannah Colson
Other creditsSteadicam: Yiannis Manolopoulos

Rob Ulitski - 18th Nov 2019

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