Tony Plant is an Artist like no other. What you see here is just a small cherry on a cake to the Artwork Tony has done over the years. It was during the making of this film i realised the depth to Tonys Artistic talents as he explained to me that in one of the shots there was a pole he had painted red over 6 years ago. He saw the Pole was rotting and the texture of the dyeing grain represented the veins of life decaying away. By painting them Red the Veins stood out. It would only be the Passer by with open Eyes and mind that would see the Pole and see its future within its surroundings....The intention wasn't to Look at the pole. But to stop, and see the beauty we are surrounded by.... Shot in the beautiful setting of Park Head, Near Bedruthen steps on the north coast of Cornwall. A winters day was spent following Tony Plant and capturing one of his amazing Beach Drawings for this music video of Ruarri Joseph's 'Till The Luck Runs Dry'. To see more from Tony Plant :
Music Video made by Light Colour Sound for Ruarri Joseph's performance of 'Till The Luck Runs Dry' from the Album 'Brother'.
Film Commissioned to Light-Colour-Sound
Director's : Tim Boydell and Ruarri Joseph
Director of Photography : Tim Boydell
Grip : James Keith
Post : Tim Boydell
A Japanese artist travels from LA's Laband Art Gallery to the salt flats of western Utah to discuss life, death, rebirth, and making art from salt. More on theavantgardediaries.com
Produced by Brady Welch / Associate Production by Arden Sherman / Camera, Sound, and Editing by Brett Novak / Photo by Brady Welch / Music by Winston Morris / Shot on location in Wendover, Utah and Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles
ZFilm (Skyline Cinema) presents a studio visit with St.Louis based figurative artist Cayce Zavaglia.
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Music by The Candlepark Stars "15 Seconds to Live" Available on iTunes. Used with Permission
John Pomp is a craftsman, glass blower, lighting designer. The John Pomp Studio is located in Philiadelphia, but his work can be found in showrooms around the country.
The promo was filmed by Ron Risman of Cinematic Stories and Gregor Halenda or Gregor Halenda Photography Film editing by Ron Risman.
Visually, this was a great shoot. Glass blowing is such a beautiful art form and our goal was to capture the process, intensity, and craftsmanship of John Pomp and his team. Audio was a bit more challenging as the heaters that keep the glass at 2000 degrees made an incredible amount of noise. We captured audio using three separate audio recorders as well as a lav mic that we hid from sight.
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