"If only the wind slowed down, I'd feel you were here some how.... it carries me back...straight into you..."
Music video for the band NZCA LINES (pronounced nazca lines).
Melancholic and magnetic Persephone holds a dark secret, deep inside herself. On a night out, while numbing her inner demons, she meets Roman: a sweet charmer, who can’t avoid her pull. Will he get lost in her darkness?
The music video is about how one can get lost within that lucid hopeful promise of a new love, and how we can get sucked in and possibly disappear into the other lover’s darkness. It is also about that lonely, empty feeling within one’s chest and wanting to fill it with in this case, a lover.
NZCA LINES "Persephone Dreams"
"Infinite Summer" Music Video
Video for NZCA LINE'S song "Infinite Summer". I wanted to make a hot sexy abstract video for it, it was initially intended to just be used as live performance background visuals. We shot some extreme closeups of sweat on glistening bodies, cut in some tropical footage I shot down in Dominican Republic, had some fun underwater shooting and then waterfall moments.
Isaac Eastgate was the DP and Colorist.
Infinite Summer - NZCA LINES Live Show Visuals
"Infinite Summer" Live Visuals
Creative Director, Director, Editor, Animator
Joe Dejardin and Matteo Mastrandrea of Taxonym and I collaborated in the making of NZCA LINES's "Infinite Summer" Tour's Live Show Experience. Together we created a series of 12 different videos along with the stage and light design for it.
Here is an edit of the whole night and the fours videos I made for it.
Nzca Lines Live at the Village Underground
"Work" NZCA LINES Live Show Visuals
Nzca Lines - "Sunlight" Live Show Visuals
"Ay!" Music Video
Director, Art Director, Editor, Performer
This is a music video for Heart of Fangs which is a music project I started some years ago but never took farther. Last winter I decided to shoot a video for one of those songs, it is called "Ay!". Here are some initial clips and stills from the video which is currently in post production.