LA-based actor and singer Austin Crute celebrates his youth in Undine Markus' vibrant visual for Twenties.
Kid Brunswick 'Penny' by Lewis Knaggs
Kid Brunswick discovers an abandoned waterpark in Lewis Knaggs' grungy video for Penny.
Intercutting a simple narrative with dynamic performance setups, the video sees Brunswick and featured artist Terrence Orlando hitchhiking after their car breaks down.
With styling reminiscent of Mad Max and an awe-inspiring derelict location as a backdrop, the video taps right into Brunswick's eclectic aesthetic and ambitious concepts.
|Production Company||Lsk Productions|
|Executive Producer||Lsk Productions|
|Production Manager||Raymond Hauserman|
|1st AD||Raymond Hauserman|
|Director of Photography||Lewis Knaggs|
|Focus Puller||Andrew Fewsmith|
|Editing company||Lsk Productions|
|Grading company||Lsk Productions|
|Post production company||Lsk Productions|
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