Student Music Video to "Ladyhawke - My Delirium"
There isn't really an interesting story behind the reasons of making the music video as it was a requirement of my A2 media studies course. However, the requirement was to work in a group, but I insisted on working alone to get sole responsibility of the directing and editing to make sure I incorporated my own unique style. This paid off as I was awarded the Best Music Video award at Peter Symonds College, Winchester 2010. I believe this was my first fully creative piece in which I can come back to in the future and show this is what started my passion for film-making. The locations I used in the music video were used to highlight the isolation of the protagonist that would in the end convey the meaning behind the lyrics of the song. This was a very fun piece to shoot as I had complete control and I enjoyed every moment of making my first original piece (minus the song) and I hope to keep my skills consistent in (hopefully) many more films to come.
Rosie Taylor as "Girl"
Equipment and Format
Nothing fancy at all: A Sony Cybershot digital camera was used for a smaller resolution to gain a more grainy and strange look to the shots. Edited on Adobe Premier Pro.
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