Sailor & I 'Tough Love' by Aubrey Woodiwiss
Top London colourist Aubrey Woodiwiss steps into the director's chair once again for Sailor & I's Tough Love - featuring the journey of a middle-aged man across water and land. It was achieved by placing the camera on a specially adapted boat - tricky, but its a great looking video, featuring former Olympic swimmer Peter Prijdekker as the mysterious swimmer.
"This video is the result of countless hours of phone conversations, recces, diagrams and insurance paperwork – and add in a last minute push back due to weather as well," says producer Elliott Tagg. "Thanks to the excellent preparation of [DoP] Sam Care and his grip Emmet Cahill everything stayed afloat and ran as smooth as possible could. And without Pete Moore we would not have even had a camera in the first place."
|Production Company||Riff Raff Films|
|Executive Producer||Matt Fone|
|Production Manager||Geoff Morgan|
|Director of Photography||Sam Care|
|1st AC||Matt Choules|
|Steadicam||Richard J Lewis|
|Editing company||Trim Editing|
|Label||Black Butter Records|
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