Ned Botwood subverts the idea of a dangerous walk home at night in this subtle but jubilant statement piece for Junodream.
Junodream 'Isn't It Lovely (To Be Alone)' by Ned Botwood
Ned Botwood directs this cosy live video for Isn’t It Lovely (To Be Alone), shot in the barn attic where the song was written.
Shot with a single camera on a cold Sunday morning, the visual was inspired by Winter pastorals and Romantic painting. Leisurely paced, it's designed to immerse you in the languorous atmosphere of a rural winter morning.
Frontman Ed Vyvyan's performance is captured with an emphasis on stillness and calm movement, stressing the quality the emotion and intimacy of the simple concept.
|Director of Photography||Ben Davies|
|Focus Puller||Lina Higuera|
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