My good friend Robin Danielsson just released this video – It’s honestly sick and you should totally see it on vimeo so you can see it in HD. I’m honored to
This right here is ‘Afternoons in Space’. Coming out as the second single off of Beach for Tiger’s self-titled EP. Sit back and get ready to take a cruise through time, space, dimensions and the depths of your mind. Enjoy the ride.
Written and performed by Beach For Tiger
Produced by Peter Anderson and Rees Broomfield
Mix and mastered by Rees Broomfield
Music Video by Eric Huergo at 3 Eyed Monkeys
Original Premiere through EARMILK
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‘Fragments’ is a piece created for the Experimental Filmmaking Module at the MET Film School. By this point I knew I was heading in a more musical direction with my life and so I decided to make the best of it. I decided to compose a piece that took the viewer through a journey of the places I’d lived. Although the order is not in logical order my vision went something like this:
We start off in some type of vessel (some people hear a submarine, but it’s actually Sputnik – really the mode of transportation is irrelevant). The first place we visit is California – we make our way through it’s vibes and move onto Mexico before heading over to London and then going full circle and ending in the vessel once again.
I tried to encapsulate each place by adding sound textures that are native to each part in the song. At the same time, I tried to compose the music to the emotions I felt and retrospectively remembered. After the music was done I spent the rest of the time going through archive footage as well as personal footage and photographs which I then heavily manipulated to create new emotions.
Roles: Composer, Sound Mixer, Editor, Operator (for some shots), Photographer (for some shots), 2D Artist, and Colourist.
‘Step Back’ is an exercise I shot at the MET Film School. The objective was to create a public service announcement however, I managed to obtain permission to make my submission a bit more cinematic instead of purely commercial.
Roles: Writer, Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Colourist, Sound Recordist, Sound Mixer, Composer and ADR.
‘Imposter’ is one part of a 3-piece series we shot in which we had to record a scene from a feature film. This was shot as an assignment for the MET Film School.
Roles: Actor, Lighting Team (Uncredited).
‘The Shawshank Redemption’ is one part of a 3-piece series we shot in which we had to record a scene from a feature film. This was shot as an assignment for the MET Film School.
Role: Director of Photography.
‘Fight Club’ is one part of a 3-piece series we shot in which we had to record a scene from a feature film. This was shot as an assignment for the MET Film School.
‘Journeys’ was a submission for the 2015 Kodak/NAHEMI Student Commercial Awards. We were given the task of creating an ad for one of 3 companies. Personally, I opted for Office (Shoe Brand) since I felt like the content matter carried movement. What makes this project special however, is the fact that it was shot solely on 16mm film.
On the positive side however, I am extremely proud to say that we received the coveted ‘Best Editing’ award for this entry.
Roles: Writer, Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Composer, Sound Mixer.
I’m not one to normally shoot weddings however this case was an exception since it was for my lovely cousin Eugenia. Instead of focusing on any specific part of the wedding I decided to simply shoot B-Roll the entire time and then create a compilation that captured the essence of the day.
Roles: Director, Director of Photography, Operator, Gaffer, Editor, Colourist, Sound Mixer.