With proven skills and experience in music video production, film and theatre, we will provide you with top industry-standard music videos. We’ll work with your idea, the sound of your song and the image of your band to create and provide you with a music video that has impact on your audience.
For bands that have leanings towards folk, we can consider offering packages for promotion to increase views of your video as well as enabling you to earn money per view.
We want to give everyone we work with the same level of service. Because of this our rates are the same whether you are signed to a major label, an indie label, a DIY label, or if you are unsigned.
Single Location Deal
Two hours of consultation, five hours shooting on location, one day of editing.
£800 (plus vat)
Solo Artist Deal/Performance Deal
Shoot of the song being performed on location, editing of footage.
£400 (plus vat)
For both, the artist sources and pays for the location.
Bespoke packages are available on request. (Including 4K)
Contact Ben on 07957 45 15 18
is a singer/songwriter who self-releases songs through the record label Bohemian Jukebox. Ben’s training in Theatre at Dartington College of Arts has equipped him with excellent skills in inter-disciplinary arts collaboration to make inventive and engaging video work. He also currently works as an actor on BBC Drama productions.
The Creatures of Simplicity (2011)
Using Ben’s idea of a woodland murder, illustrator Louise Wright’s specially commissioned playing cards and Matt’s Watkins (Beat13/Gorillaz) animation skills, the video earned a place on the front page of YouTube. In the week of it’s release it was being viewed 1,000 times a day.
Ben has collaborated with Paul Ullah on the videos to two of his singles.
Valpolicella Girl (2012)
This video used the concept of an afternoon picnic. Shot in an afternoon, the video was featured on NME.com and Nuts.com and was syndicated on the Scottish Newspaper Websites of Trinity Mirror. The video lead to reviews, interviews and National and local FM radio and internet radio play.
The Sea, The Sea (2014)
This work drew on the Gothic styling of the film Nosferatu and aspects of The Blair Witch Project. The video was premièred on the front page of Muzu.tv alongside videos from The Who, Nirvana and Selena Gomez. The video was also featured on MSN News. Within two hours of the song being uploaded it was playlisted for BBC Radio.