Niko B 'Quick Drive' by Oliver Marshall
The suburbs of Middle England are a world away from the bright lights and tough streets of Grand Theft Auto - but the no-holds-barred madness is very much still intact in Oliver Marshall's playful promo for Niko B.
Marshall parodies the videogame series with a brand new location for the action to unfold... Milton Keynes.
Anchored by a hilariously offbeat performance and a game or two of hop-scotch, the promo for Quick Drive ventures into the absurd with abandon, and radiates carefree, fun vibes in every frame.
It was a really fun shoot and a great project to collaborate on.
"Overall with the video we wanted to keep a very fun and playful theme to match Niko’s style and character.
"Throughout the video we integrated a lot of Easter eggs from his previous videos so keep your eye out for those. It was a really fun shoot and a great project to collaborate on.
"Niko and I worked very closely on the day to make sure that we brought the vision we both had to life."
|Executive Producer||Pilar Muro|
|Production Manager||Taero Robinson|
|1st AD||Quinn Skelton|
|Director of Photography||Tom Walder|
|Director of Photography||Matt Perren|
|Focus Puller||Ollie Cipres|
|2nd AC||Jay Notley|
|Art Director||Amy Beth Addison|
|Label||Ministry of Sound|
|Other credits||2nd AD - Lachlan Boyer Drone Operator - Jack Smith Stunt Driver - Terry Grant COVID Supervisor - Kevin Master Runner - Arron Qureshi Runner - Durim SteadiCam Op - Ben Eeley Spark - Joe Mitch|
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