Fri, 11 Jun 2021 09:30:23 GMT
Director Thuy Vy has teamed up with musician Nick Batterham on the music video for his latest single ‘Thirty Four'
For the video they did everything in camera allowing the volatile and somewhat unpredictable Polaroid image to develop in real-time and capturing its nuances.
The video is a distillation of their shared interest in photography as a personal way to hold onto time and their love of Polaroids as a medium… In particular a Polaroid as an only copy of a moment and the preciousness that it holds.
It’s is an extension of a long fascination with photographing friends. A photograph captures one perspective of a moment in time, yet in polaroid form, remains ephemeral. They take time to appear then can fade over time. A romantic relationship is a collection of shared moments and experiences, which can be well communicated by photographs. They also capture the fractures within a relationship before either person can see it for themselves.
Nick says: "I have worked with Thuy Vy on several projects, he made a beautiful clip for my last album. I'm so grateful to Thuy for his excellent eye and gentle soul. He appreciates stillness and subtle changes over time. Our sensibilities are in harmony. I wanted to capture the arc of a relationship and Thuy's ideas really brought that story to life. His mastery of light and shadow is something to behold.”
“Nick is a wonderful musician, composer, sound designer and lyricist,” Says Thuy “The more I listened to his music and read his lyrics I found that our works share a similar sensibility. We’re both concerned with ideas of love, melancholy, preservation of memory, vulnerability and fragility of feelings…”view more - Creative
Genres: In-camera effects
Categories: Music video, Short Films and Music VideosThe Producers, Fri, 11 Jun 2021 09:30:23 GMT