Calling Me - Golden Age Of Ballooning

 Dancer Jess Sommerfeld prepping for one of the indoor scenes.

Dancer Jess Sommerfeld prepping for one of the indoor scenes.

Half shot in Toronto, Canada and half shot in Brisbane, Australia the task of communication and execution seemed all to fluent. Working along side Golden Age Of Ballooning, we wanted to capture the original mood as well as develop the visual medium. To not only compliment but to extend or push it further, so that the visual becomes its own experience as well.

 Chris prepping for the singing & visual takes.

Chris prepping for the singing & visual takes.

 Chris prepping for the singing & visual takes.

Chris prepping for the singing & visual takes.

 Director Richard Clifford with a pizza box after wrapping.

Director Richard Clifford with a pizza box after wrapping.

Director Richard Clifford summed up the visuals in the premiere over at The Music, "(the video)Portrays one's desire to ward off drug-induced hallucinations and, despite their constant presence, the attempts to keep these previous life unpleasantries at bay" and adds that, the theme was interpreted through both the lyrics and music, its pretty standard that you'd roll with one or the other, or even just take the title and push that theme. We're always looking at different angles and ways to better collaborate with the artist we work with. 

 Polaroid outtake from the shoot.

Polaroid outtake from the shoot.

 Polaroid outtake from the shoot.

Polaroid outtake from the shoot.


 The use of morph suits was very prevalent throughout "Calling Me"

The use of morph suits was very prevalent throughout "Calling Me"


 Light tests, using available resources.

Light tests, using available resources.

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