Snaps from the shoot of a 32:29 long Single Take music video for Auður.
Auður just launched his debut album which consists of 9 songs that all flow into the next one creating a unified whole that can be looped endlessly. Auður had an idea how to make a music video that reflected his singular approach to the album. Me, DP Tómas Örn Tómasson, producer (and manager) Kári Sturluson and his team partnered with him to create this memorable experience for the album, which is called “Alone” and available where good music is sold.
The video is on YouTube at this link, for the full looping effect right click and select “Loop”
My first VR project was for the delightfully wonderful and talented band Fufanu from Iceland.
The video was shot in downtown Reykjavík on the eve of the UEFA Cup final between Liverpool FC. and Sevilla (hence I was spared the misery of watching it).
The video is best enjoyed via a 360 browser such as Google Chrome or Firefox or better yet, on a mobile device with goggles like Samsung Gear or Google Cardboard.
Music video for Icelandic artist Soffía Björg. The video was shot in Iceland but I directed it through Skype from New York.
The front page of Big Magazine December 2015.
Shout out to the lovely women of The Skins, Bayli, Kaya and Daisy. www.theskins.com
“CULTFEVER creates sound in 35mm and Dolby-surround, sweeping wide shots, urgent dissolves and auteuristic composition, reminiscent of the brooding, surreal worlds of Almodóvar, The Man Who Fell To Earth, and Tim Burton. You don’t just hear CULTFEVER; its music plays out before you like a moving picture, helmed by its dual directors, Tamara Jafar and Joe Durniak.”
– From Cultfever.com
Outtakes from a shoot I’m working on for BIG Magazine.