Who are you beneath the suit and tie?
// Directed, Produced, Filmed and Edited by Alex Lark // Music by Cameron Thompkins // Shout out to DEFMO for their killer dance routine and solo’s // Shot on Canon 70D @720 60fps 18-135mm Lens // Filmed at Duke University
This video is a time lapse of London shot in RAW footage to bring out the beautiful colours you find around London at day and at night. The film was produced by myself and I was lucky to have such a great team of people to work with.
Joe Gallon provided all the shots and visual editing, he shot it on a Canon 5D Mark 2, as well as a Canon 550D and used a range of filters and lenses.
Matt Fletcher composed the beautiful piano piece that flows with the pace of the footage and gives it momentum.
Isla Day read the lovely poem Emma Bennallick wrote just for this project. Isla’s innocent voice gives extreme contrast to how the poem usually reads and to how London is usually perceived, which creates a whole new way of looking at London.
I did all the sound design and the final mix of this project. I wanted sound to be just loud enough to give the footage life, but not too loud that it took the emotion away from the music.
Directed by Will Harris Productions
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SONG used is “PARTITION” performed by BEYONCE ( I don’t own any rights to song)
Used a Zeiss ZE Planar T* 50mm F/1.4
Presented with Vimeo Weekend Challenge subject “shapes” I spent a couple of days just thinking about shapes, looking for shapes. It seemed to be a great exercise in paying attention and looking a little deeper into things.
What stood out for me was the shapes of leaves and dead stumps as I spent time walking in a nature preserve. At the same time I was exploring an app Code::Brush created by Gwen Vanhee and thought of ways to incorporate this organic painting app into a visual space. I ended up shooting on a iphone using Filmic Pro. I called it shapeshifter not necessarily based on the theme of the challenge but on my attempt to offer a deeper insight into natures ability to shift in and out of context of what we perceive nature to be and the chance that we are all creating brushstrokes of our imagination.
Filmic Pro App itunes.apple.com/us/app/filmic-pro/id436577167