Guess what… This is the third music video I’ve made. It’s an original song and one of the first that I had written. It was played on BBC Radio which was amazing!
This video was shot in late October 2014 near where I live, in Stoke Climsland, close to the Devon Cornwall border.*
We recorded the song at double speed and I attempted to sing along with it during the video takes. Then it was taken back to half the original speed, giving the effect of slow motion. You can get an idea of this at the end of the extended version! If you watch closely, there is a single falling leaf towards the end of the video 🙂
* For those of you not in the UK – the Devon Cornwall border refers to the county line.
Hi, this is the second music video I’ve made. It’s an original song about someone that you will always miss.
This video was shot in early May near where I live, in Stoke Climsland, close to the Devon Cornwall border.
It was a beautiful day with fluffy clouds to help capture the pleasant feel to the song. The sun was strong and I needed to wear my sunglasses to prevent squinting! We recorded it over two days, as Mark was experimenting with camera accessories.
The yellow flowers in the field are rapeseed (Brassica napus, also sometimes called canola), used to make rapeseed oil (oilseed rape) and is used for animal feed and the production of biodiesel. The flowers can have a strong smell that’s not particularly pleasant or unpleasant, but hay-fever sufferers dislike the plant because of the large amount of airborne pollen.
Hi, this is the first music video I’ve made! It’s an original song about relationships drifting apart.
This video was shot in March at Start Bay in Devon, halfway between Dartmouth and Kingsbridge. It was a bright but very cold and windy day. The shoot wasn’t planned but as we were driving home from a short break in Dartmouth, we spotted the deserted beach and went for it! What’s Start Bay famous for – During world war 2, the United States Army conducted various training exercises at Slapton Sands in Start Bay. It was an almost perfect place to simulate the Normandy landings for the invasion of Europe