1. Here's the video for Clutch's song "Burning Beard" from the album Robot Hive/Exodus.

    Back in 2000 I wrote a list of goals for my career. One of those was to direct a video for Clutch. Five years later due to a random series of events I was put in touch with the lead singer, Neil, who asked if I would write a treatment for the first single off their new album. They liked it and pretty much booked me on the spot.

    It was a great process that I am getting to relive as I am currently working on another one for Clutch called, 50,000 Unstoppable Watts. More info at screamingdeathmonkey.com

    Jeremy Hunt - Director, Brian Gibson - DP, Editor - Wayne Shepherd. VFX - Jeremy Hunt, Screaming Death Monkey.

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  2. Live at El Corazon, Seattle, February 5 (I think), 2005. Shot with a random collection of cameras and cut together with Premiere Pro. This was my first effort as a producer/editor of more than 3 cameras and was a great learning experience.

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  3. I had the opportunity to hook up with one of my favourite bands this summer at Sweden Rock Festival.
    A piece was set together with a live-recording I got from Sveriges Radio.

    The material is all made with Nikon D3s and their latest and superb 35mm f/1.4 & 70-200 f/2.8 VRII.

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  4. The music is from Here We Are, released in 2007 by Pittsburgh's garage rock legends, The Cynics.

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    Prior to this secret gig at The Cherry Bar, way past midnight, The Bellrays played their headline Melbourne Show at The Corner Hotel in Richmond.


    NB: If you love these photographs of the Bellrays, please click LIKE on The Dwarf music website.

    In the finest tradition of secret gigs at The Cherry Bar, or as I like to call it "the best goddamn rock'n'roll bar in the southern hemisphere", that has hosted impromptu gigs from renowned acts like The Black Keys, The New York Dolls, Mark Lanegan and The Tea Party. We have a little secret show from The Bellrays, one of Californian's finest and most unique band that combines rough edge garage rock sounds with souring soul singing style of Lisa Kekaula.

    If you are going to have a secret little gig in AC/DC Lane, why not blow the whole scene apart with aussie rock classic from ACCA-DACCA to get the whole joint jumping. Here is The Bellrays performing "Highway To Hell"....only at The Cherry Bar. Thank you Bellrays! Thank you Mr James Young!!

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