Promonews - 22nd Mar 2018

Sophia Ray’s presents a visual treat influenced by Renaissance and pre-Raphaelite painting for Amber Mark's Love Me Right, contrasted with more realistic, semi-dramatised scenes of her experiencing problems with her lover. 

Ray describes the track as "an ode to a love that once was, which has now fallen into complacency" and she says that her idealised vision of Amber - including her floating in pink liquid surrounded by flowers, like a modern version of Ophelia from the Millais painting - represents her imagination, and how she wants her man to see her.

"I wanted to switch between hyperreal stylised scenes in which Amber is the star, with more realistic domestic scenes showing small snippets of their love/loathe story," she says. "The hyperreal scenes are inspired by classic Renaissance art and religious iconography, imagining Amber as an empowered goddess and romantic heroine."

Watch 'Amber Mark 'Love Me Right' by Sophia Ray' here

PRO Credits


DirectorSophia Ray
ProducerRichard Wilson
Production CompanyPartizan Darkroom
Executive ProducerClaire Stubbs
Director of PhotographyCorey Waters
EditorBen Harrex
Editing companyFinal Cut
ColouristJonny Tully
Grading companySmoke
Grading companyMirrors
Director's RepresentationPartizan Darkroom
CommissionerEmily Ann Sonnet
LabelPMR Records

Promonews - 22nd Mar 2018

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