Outlandish Video takes a sensitive and authentic approach to film making. Be it capturing a musical moment that audio alone just cannot portray, or illustrating a project for which the visual is paramount, Outlandish Video is committed to communicating these ideas in an effective and artistic medium.
Outlandish Video specialises in music videos of the creative process. Be it live or in the studio, the videos created are designed to capture the essence of what makes a band unique and communicates something of the performance that only the visual can achieve. For those bands that need to be seen as well as heard, having appropriate video with quality sound and sensitive construction can be invaluable when booking into venues and attracting new fans.
I have produced many music videos for the band I work closely with, Groanbox, as well as one off productions for various other groups. In 2011 I was involved in designing and executing a project called Gig 365, during which I accompanied accordionist and composer Michael Ward-Bergeman as he endeavoured to play at least one gig a day, every single day of that year. As well as being a part of the creative planning process I took extensive video footage which is currently in post-production with the view to making a feature length documentary.
If you have a project that needs video work, be it a simple band shoot or a more unusual proposition, I'm always open to new ideas and interesting collaborations. Feel free to get in touch and talk over your designs and how we can bring them to fruition with a dynamic yet appropriate approach.
Winter by The Magic Lantern, 2012
Shot in the studio with one camera over six different takes and edited together to a studio mix of the audio.
Enchanted Mesa by Groanbox, 2010
Shot in the studio with five different cameras over one take and edited together to a studio mix of the audio.
Kadialy Kouyate compilation at Green Note, 2016
Shot live during in Camden with three cameras with the audio from the mixing desk and a stereo pair of mics in the room.
Guantanamo Bay Blues by Steve Finn, 2013
Shot live at a gig with hand opperated and two locked off cameras, with multitrack audio from the mixing desk.
Themn There Eyes by The Vimala Rowe Quartet, 2019
Shot live wirh three cameras locked off with the audio from the multitrack of the live desk as well as an ambient mic.
Eye For An Eye by The Vagaband, 2019
Shot live wirh 4 cameras locked off and audio mixed from multitracks from the live desk as well as ambient mics.