Bloody Knees 'Spinning' by Samuel Taylor

Bloody Knees 'Spinning' by Samuel Taylor
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Samuel Taylor delivers an adrenalin-fuelled white-knuckle performance video for Bloody Knees, capturing the experience of one of the band's high energy, high intensity, seriously sweaty live shows, and puting his own spin on things in the process. 

Taylor worked closely with DoP Daniel Hawkins on the Spinning project. As well as sharing camera operating, it also involved, appropriately, Taylor and Hawkins building their own 360 spinning camera rig, and then executing some unconventional camera moves. It smacks you around the eyeballs in a most satisfying fashion.

Credits

Director
Samuel Taylor
Producer
Ria Hanish-Oakes
Production Company
Agile FilmsAgile Films website
Executive Producer
Hayley Williams
Production Manager
Henry Napier-Brown
1st AD
Bailey Marks
Director of Photography
Daniel Hawkins
Gaffer
Peter Bishop
Editor
Samuel Taylor
Colourist
Thomas Mangham
Grading company
The Mill

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