Lewis Watson ‘Calling’ by Samuel Craven
Following iTunes Top 10 placings for his first three EP releases, UK singer-songwriter Lewis Watson gets set to release his fourth Four More Songs and teams up with director Samuel Craven for the promo to lead track Calling.
Shot in London, we see Lewis hanging out with his mates in a cafe, then getting up to no good after they leave. As you do…
|Production Company||Fresh Light|
|Executive Producer||Sonya Sier|
|Production Assistant||Jessica Jay Thomas|
|1st AD||George Nelson|
|Director of Photography||Brian Fawcett|
|Focus Puller||Jennie Paddon|
|Camera operator||Roland Philips|
|Art Director||Lois Gabrin|
|Art Department Assistant||Jonathan Evans|
|Hair & Make-up||Lisa Zipper|
|Asst stylist||Claire Thorp|
|Post Producer||Rachel Cohen|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
|Special Thanks||Jeff Brown|
|Special Thanks||Golden Square|
|Director's Representation||Chris Abitbol|
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