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Owen Hackett 'Dive' by Jordan Coolbear
Jordan Coolbear's notable video for Owen Hackett plays with the idea of time with reverse motion, different formats and time-lapse photography in which the singer-songwriter is apparently captured in a lightning storm.
"This track is about letting go of your past and moving on to a new chapter," says Coolbear. "Owen is cleansed under the power of the natural world, ridden of his sins."
|Director of Photography||Jake Duncan|
|Focus Puller||James Firth|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Collective|
|Post Producer||Oscar Wendt|
|Other credits||Runner/ Driver: Alex May|
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