Michael Kiwanuka 'Solid Ground (Live At V&A)' by Raja Virdi
Raja Virdi directs another of his signature one-shot live performances for Michael Kiwanuka as he performs Solid Ground with his band in the iconic paintings galley at the V&A Museum in London.
To have the chance to shoot in the paintings gallery at The V&A was insane.
"I've worked with Michael before on an album teaser so it was lovely to be asked back to direct this live session. Michael is a wicked performer and this particular rendition with his band was something else.
"As soon as I heard we had The V&A it made it all that more exciting. Location is so important for my live performances, so to have the chance to shoot in the paintings gallery was insane. As always, I had my regular crew who did an insane job in executing my ideas. Rhys Warren on sharps, Beau Pritchard-James on Steadi, Jonny Boomer on lighting and Connor Coolbear at ETC, who gave it the perfect colour finish as always.
"Fun fact: we shot this piece in half day, graded in the evening and was released the next morning. Love a quick turnaround..."
|Executive Producer||Raja Virdi|
|Production Manager||Katie Cooper|
|Director of Photography||Raja Virdi|
|Focus Puller||Rhys Warren|
|Steadicam||Beau Pritchard James|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Collective|
|Post Producer||Oliver Whitworth|
|Other credits||Spark: Oscar Whaley Audio Engineer: Anthony Leung Programmer / Audio Mix: Tom Campbell Tech: Sean Davenport Monitor Engineer: Michael Njugana Synth: Kadeem Clarke Strings: Clifton Harison Strings: Elodie Chousmer Strings: Blaize Henry Strings: Kwesi Edinan Vocals: Simone Daley Richards Vocals: Emily Holligan Event Manager: Caroline Newton Special Thanks: Starwood Management, Procam And V&A Museum|
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