Rob Ulitski - 2nd July 2021

Nicolee Tsin directs a breezy performance visual for Eloise's Enough. 

A fixed, high-angle camera captures Eloise across several pastel-hued studio setups, as she sings and moves in a mesmerisingly understated manner. 

The use of shaped lighting adds an extra sense of texture and depth to the concept, creating an alluring aesthetic fit for the pages of a fashion magazine.


It was about conveying the feeling of wanting to be seen and heard by a partner.

"I wanted this to be a stripped-down, one-angle, visual piece, that allows us to sink into Eloise’s poignant sounds and lyrics. The immediate colours that came to mind when I heard the track was pink, yellow, and black.

"I think more than anything it was just about conveying the feeling of wanting to be seen and heard by a partner, that is through the contrast between the vibrant colours and shadow.

"As Eloise sings 'playing a game of chase and catch', 'I think you like it better when you didn't know where I was', she's once again sunk into the dark side of this incompetent love."

PRO Credits


DirectorNicolee Tsin
ProducerAndre Wooz
ProducerDijian Eccles
Production CompanyLowkey Films
Executive ProducerJamie Gamache
Executive ProducerConnor O'Hara
Production ManagerLuxmi Vijay
1st ADDanny Rumbelow
Director of PhotographyAhmet Husseyin
Focus PullerOrlando O'Mahoney Morris
2nd ACAida García Vega
GafferMassimo Filippi
Art DirectorErin O'Garro
WardrobeAmii Mcintosh
Hair & Make-upElizabeth Owen Perry
EditorAmy Dang
ColouristMegan Lee
Grading companyThe Mill
VFXDenova Media
Director's RepresentationOB Management
CommissionerConnie Meade
Other creditsProduction Assistants: Elizabeth Adeleye, Sean Patel Gould Runner: Rita Aktay Spark: Marcello Bellini Art Dept. Assistant: Joel Johnson Stylist Assistant: Alessia

Rob Ulitski - 2nd July 2021

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