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With a pedigree in creating key art content for marketing, advertising and promotional purposes including movie posters, promotional content and bespoke digital art for clients worldwide, Clinton had a clear vision of what he wanted and how to shoot his concept.
Working together, we supported Clinton's photoshoot Clinton returned the favour by supporting the supporting comedy scene in the form of our concept, taking the form of a short-film style video built around interactions of Vikings and tourists who find themselves in a sticky situation while visiting the popular city of York, UK.
Providing LED lighting, we explored shooting stills using constant lights and gels, rather than flash and added a small amount of smoke to enhance the scene, thanks to Red Shirt Films for providing the smoke machine.
Our part of the shoot took only a few hours, during which time Jay took the lead on directing our talent, while Mike was on camera and Clinton ensured the lighting from his setup was maintained.
Mike's highlight of the shoot was probably a tourist stopping at the window while we were shooting to say hello, ask what we were doing and to let us know that Mike looks like Jim Carrey (or another famous actor of similar calibre). That's a first and although we don't all see the similarities, thank you for the kind words.