Rob Ulitski - 18th May 2021

Jimothy Lacoste lets loose across a variety of idiosyncratic vignettes, in Stanley Brock's offbeat video for Describe My Life. 

Throwing shapes across various, unexpected London locations - including busy A-roads and a nondescript community centre - we see Jimothy having the time of his life, bopping to the beat without a care in the world. 

The cinematography is dynamic and fun, whilst retaining a sense of gritty reality, and the artist's performance is suitably frantic and on-brand.

STANLEY BROCK: 

We had a very funny couple of days shooting, with a very small, amazing crew.

"This video was shot over the period of two days, in all four corners of London. We wanted to make the video feel true to Jimothy and match the fast, exciting feel of the track.

"We deliberately selected some locations based on their connection to him, whilst other shots were just ones we thought would be fun scenes to create.

"The video is basically pulled together by Jimothy’s amazing performing. You can pretty much put him anywhere and it will work out (e.g in the middle of a road and a river).

"We had a very funny couple of days shooting, with a very small, amazing crew. Josha worked absolute wonders with the camera, and Raffy basically made everything possible!"

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorStanley Brock
ProducerStanley Brock
Production ManagerRaffael Rauter
Director of PhotographyJosha Eiffel
EditorStanley Brock
ColouristCaroline Morin
Grading companyWash
CommissionerSofia Petrides
Other creditsWith Thanks To My Accomplice

Rob Ulitski - 18th May 2021

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