Barny Fletcher 'Risk' by Daniel Fletcher
Barny Fletcher create havoc in the glitchy video for Risk, directed by Daniel Fletcher.
In a simple room, the artist is on camera with two cloned versions of himself stuttering on and off-screen as he performs, creating a frenetic and omnipresent vibe. You cannot escape Barny Fletcher.
Formed almost entirely of performance, Fletcher's confidence shines through, bolstering a very simple concept with the energy and engagement you would expect from a seasoned pro. The fact he is relatively new to the scene is exciting and suggests we will be seeing a lot more from the rapper in 2020.
|Executive Producer||Juliette Larthe|
|Director of Photography||Toby Leary|
|Focus Puller||Jean Dakar|
|Art Director||Kat Black|
|Hair & Make-up||Mike O'Gorman|
|Post production company||Envy|
|Other credits||Runners: Oniqur Rahman, Digby Hilliard|
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