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I was back working with Connie this week. She wanted to sing a cover version of Burned Out by her friend Dodie Clark, but make it more dramatic, as if it was from a musical. I started by listening to Dodie's track on YouTube and working out the piano she was playing. Next I started putting tog...

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Connie had been approached by KISS ImPRESS Manicure to produce a fun video promoting their press-on nails. She wanted to create two different looks (a girly look and a 'cool girl' look) to illustrate how fast you can switch between different nail styles. We began by talking over the ideas, and we g...

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I started making this back in November, but only completed it today. Adele wanted to do a live-action version of the "Hex Girl" song from the animated film Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost. She had already got her hands on an instrumental of the track from someone online, but wanted me to reco...

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Over the last couple of days I've been editing a video for my friend Connie aka Noodlerella. She visited Disneyland Paris in early January with her housemates, and documented all the food she tried while she was there, and wanted me to cut it into a 10-15 minute vlog. As normal, I used Premiere Pr...

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Adele wanted to record a cover version of the Judy Garland version of "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" from the 1944 film Meet Me in St. Louis, but sung in the style of the character of Aurora from Disney's Sleeping Beauty (1959). A strange request, but she's a strange girl. I start...

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Connie asked me to make her a video to promote the HP Sprocket, a portable photo printer. She wanted to create a look book of 4 or 5 outfits, shot around Victoria Park in East London. I used her Canon 70D with a zoom lens, and we filmed in a variety of locations including a tea shop, Victoria Par...

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I worked with Adele to make a cover of "Ring in the Season (Reprise)" from the Disney short Olaf's Frozen Adventure. At the time, neither of us had seen the short (which for a while ran before Pixar's Coco in North America) because it hadn't been released in the UK. The soundtrack was, howev...

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