Hired by UK Drum & Bass Label, Med School Music, to create typography to represent the lyrics on the official video for Keeno’s One More Moment. A true cross-continental collaboration this – music created in the UK by Keeno, footage filmed in Portugal by Atmos, and the type created in New Zealand by me. The internet truly does open up a new window for creative possibilities and collaborations!
Just been working on a proper cross-continental collaboration! This music video project contains Music by Keeno on Med School Music in the UK, Aerial footage by Atmos in Portugal, and the titles were created by me in New Zealand! The amount of creative potential due to power of the internet aye…
As I mentioned in an earlier post, I didn’t really manage to keep this blog updated while we were living in Jill our RV while road tripping around The States. I was however fortunate enough to be able to work from afar with the UK D&B Label Liquid Tones, who were keen for me to make them a music video with footage from our trip so far. So hit the play button below for some cliff jumping, gnarly vert skating, and general good vibes from Colorado and Utah, with a lovely liquid D&B soundtrack by Indivision & Alter Ego.
For 9 months, starting at the end of 2013, I was lucky enough to be able to call the beautiful town of Siem Reap, Cambodia, my home. The sheer medley of colours, smells and sounds that contributed to magnificence of this town, as well as the wonderfully happy vibe provided by both the locals and tourists, inspired me to try and capture all of this in a single time lapse film, entitled “A Day in Siem Reap”.
For more information about my time in Cambodia, and my thoughts & experiences in the beautiful South East Asian country, please check out the two articles I have written below:
After graduating, and recovering from our results day party on Bournemouth Beach in June 2013, I left England and soon after landed in Beijing, China. After spending 6 weeks traveling down through Laos and Thailand, I ended up in Cambodia, where I had the opportunity to use the footage I had filmed to edit 13 music videos for Etherwood’s debut album on Med School Music.
After this, I ended up living in Siem Reap for 9 months, where I worked at a wonderful hotel called Lotus Lodge. During my time there I had the pleasure of creating a handful more videos, some of which were to help promote the tours that the hotel offered to guests (and were played on plasma TVs in the reception and bar area), some of which were to help promote community events, and some were just for my own gratification. Making these videos was a magnificent experience – not only did I get to travel graceful lands and witness fascinating and inspiring cultures first had, but the satisfaction continued afterwards when I got to re-live the events while creating videos to share with others.
Please find these videos below, and all of their soundtracks are up for free download, so be sure to check the full article for each video! Also please subscribe to my YouTube Channel for new videos as they come!
One of the many tours offered by Lotus Lodge to their guests. I was asked to go along to document the tour, in order to capture the beautiful experience to help promote the tour to guests. Click here for the full article.
One of the many friends I made during my stay in Cambodia bought a Jeep, in order to sell tours of the beautiful Cambodian countryside to tourists. He asked me if I would be so kind as to make a promotional video for him, and of course I was happy to oblige. Click here for the full article.
So this was the first new years I’ve ever celebrated somewhere warm! We were lucky enough to be sipping cold beers down on Otres Beach, on the south coast of Cambodia. This is more or less what it felt like. Click here for the full article, and soundtrack download.