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Chaz 'Don't Text Me' by Diara Vassallo Ndiaye
Diara Vassallo Ndiaye directs her debut music video for Chaz's Don't Text Me.
Ambitious from the off, the visual is shot in one take across four interconnected rooms. Dancing around the location, Chaz breaks into spontaneous performance setups, framed by vintage art direction and a moody colour palette of greens and dark blues.
DoP Natasha Duursma creates a dreamy, otherworldy style through hazy atmospheres and shaped lighting, elevating the real word setting into something more transcendent.
|Director||Diara Vassallo Ndiaye|
|Production Manager||Alexander Bojic-aguilar|
|1st AD||Maddie Davies|
|Director of Photography||Natasha Duursma|
|Focus Puller||Finn Sheriton|
|2nd AC||Charlie Knight|
|Art Director||Hazel Singzon|
|Other credits||Full Crew: Director - Diara Vassallo Ndiaye Producer - Kevin Cheung DOP - Natasha Duursma Production Designer - Hazel Singzon Head Of Construction - Kingsley Giles Editor/Colourist - Sam Storey 1st AD - Madienne Davies 2nd AD - Thea Milford Artist Manager - Katy Taylor Production Manager - Alexander Bojic Aguilar Production Assistant - Joe Hearsey Production Assistant - Kai-Yan Lai Choreographer - Florence Blackmore Stylist - Lara Shapiro MUA - Megan McEvoy Typography - Sol Chadwick 1st AC - Finn Sheriton 2nd AC - Charlie Knight Camera Trainee - Theo Ryan DIT - Peter Pichnor BTS Videographer - Misha Conrad BTS Photographer - Joe Hearsey Grip - Alexander Bojic Aguilar Gaffer - Jakub Jachowicz Spark - Emily Chow Art Assistant - Jimmy Van Twest Art Assistant - Lois Byant Art Assistant - Jade O’Connor Art Assistant - Lauren Thompson Art Assistant - Jakob Woolston Art Assistant - Joe Breden - Harman|
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