Hugo Joyce 'If You'd Stayed' (Live) by Tom Precey
Tom Precey directs a powerful vocal performance by Hugo Joyce of If You'd Stayed, shot at Craxton Studios.
Accompanied only the piano, and complimented by subdued lighting by DoP Daniel Purse, Joyce brings a relatable emotion to his song which is directed to a past love, now in another relationship.
Joyce's palpably live performance is captured in a single take - a one shot for a one-sided conversation.
|Production Company||TEEPEE FILMS|
|Director of Photography||Daniel Purse|
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