Freddie Dickson - State of Grace

 
 

THe Making of 'State of Grace'...

Freddie Dickson was approached by Intraspectrum's Jonathan Stow to direct and produce his latest music video.  

The video was filmed at the Asylum in Peckham, and explores a moment in time of Freddie's Godfather.

The film starred the incredible Damien Johnson and the captivating Roderick Burrows Junior

Directed and Produced by Jonathan Stow.

CAST:

Old Man: Roderick Burrows Junior
Young Man: Damien Johnson

CREW:

Cinematographer: Barbara Van Schaik
1st Assistant Camera: Nacho Guzman
2nd Assistant Camera/ Spark: Alessandro Felici
Gaffer: Caio Dinis Corsi Dias
Production Designer Katherine Burke
Makeup Artist: Gabi Hyde Tetley
Production Manager: Maja Vujevic-Stow
Runner: Matt Orlowski
Runner: Archie Trueger
Editor:  Frank Lee A. Mazing
Grading: Chris Teeder

 
 

Midwich Cuckoos - Russian Doll Music Video

 
 

It all started when...

In May last year we headed to Essex Arena Raceway for a day of banger-racing in order to capture footage for the new Midwich Cuckoo video Russian Doll.  We used wind, rain, fire and smoke effects to create this exciting new film featuring multiple car-crashes, caravan crashes(!) and fire-breathing dancers!

 

Directed by Intraspectrum’s Jonathan Stow and featuring animation and VFX work by the ever-talented Philip Davies of Battlecat Studios.

Directed and Produced by Jonathan Stow.

DOP - the awesome Ewan Mulligan!

 
 

Hattie Briggs - Early Girl

 
 

It all started when...

Hattie Briggs approached Intraspectrum's Jonathan Stow to direct and produce her next music video.  A beautiful track about a premature baby's struggle for life.

The video was filmed over two days at The Royal Horticultural Society's Wisely location, The Harrow Arts Centre and The Charing Cross Theatre with up and coming star Rebecca Nardin - a regular on stage in London's West End.

Supported by the wonderful ballet dancing of Sarai Scott Neale. 

Directed and Produced by Jonathan Stow of Intraspectrum Studios

CAST:

Girl: Rebecca Nardin
Ballet Dancer: Sarai Scott Neale

CREW:

Cinematographer: Barbara Van Schaik
1st Assistant Camera: Nacho Guzman
2nd Assistant Camera: Donny Johnson
Movi OP: Carlos Garcia Buenaventura

Production Manager: Maja Vujević-Stow
Production Designer Katherine Burke
Stand-by Art Director: Nia Fausset


Editor:  Frank Lee A. Mazing and Odinn Orn Hilmarson
Grading: Chris Teeder
VFX: Olly Crawford

 
 

James Riley - Lightning Strikes

 
 

It all started when...

James Riley approached Intraspectrum's Jonathan Stow to direct and produce his debut single's music video.  A haunting track recorded in Nashville that would launch James Riley's unique voice and style onto the London Music scene, needed a complementing music video that would be as beautiful as the song.

The video was filmed over two days in the UK countryside with up and coming star Ethan Quinn - a regular on stage in London's West End.

Supported by Adrian Annis and the captivating Sophia Linehan-Biggs. 

Directed and Produced by Jonathan Stow.

CAST:

Boy: Ethan Quinn
Man: Adrian Annis
Woman: Sophia Linehan-Biggs

CREW:

Cinematographer: Barbara Van Schaik
1st Assistant Camera: Nacho Guzman
2nd Assistant Camera: Donny Johnson
Gaffer: Alessandro Felici
Spark: Josh Giles
1st Assistant Director: Ari Rissotti
Production Designer Katherine Burke
Makeup Artist: Anita Stevens
Production Assistant: Steph Singer
Production Assistant: Sophie Cotton
Driver/ 2nd Camera: Paul Hines
Special Effects: James Riley
Editor and VFX:  Frank Lee A. Mazing
Grading: Chris Teeder

 
 

Rodeo King - Short Film

 
 

Short Narrative Film

In this Spaghetti Western inspired short film “A Cowboy faces off against a Bull one last time”.

Rodeo King is a short film inspired by the Sergio Leone Spaghetti Westerns. It tells the story of a world-weary cowboy preparing to battle a mighty bull. The story is an allegorical one with a unique twist at the end.  It was written and directed by Jason Julien-Connage.

Produced by Argonaut PIctures

Edited and coloured by Jonathan Stow here at Intraspectrum Studios.

 

 

 
 

The Fallen State - For my Sorrow

 
 

THe Making of 'For My Sorrow'...

Intraspectrum's director Jonathan Stow was asked to direct and produce The Fallen State’s latest music video ‘For my Sorrow’ off their recently released debut Album - A Deadset Endeavour.

The video was filmed at Swordtail Studios in Dalston.

The film starred the as always incredible Malik Ibheis.

Director Jonathan Stow
Producer Jonathan Stow

CAST:

The Man: Malik Ibheis

CREW:

Cinematographer: Barbara Van Schaik
1st Assistant Camera: Asia Rose Kilgallon
2nd Assistant Camera: Nick Brown
Gaffer: Werner van Peppen
Production Designer: NIcola Sadori
Costume Designer: Lucy Sierra
Costume Assistant: Rebecca Carpenter
Makeup FX Artist: Hannah Stewart
MUFX Supervisor: Kate Walsh - Millenium FX
Runner: Marek Dabrowski
Editor:  Odinn Orn Hilmarrson
Colourist: Chris Teeder
BTS Filmmaker: Roberto Sommella