A music video for Paul Ewing - songwriter, pianist, singer, voice-over artist, actor, and television presenter based in Thailand. In 2013 I was appointed the position of Artist Ambassador for the worlds largest children's charity, World Vision UK, and will be appearing on various music stages all over the world.
Music is a big deal at Quirky Motion, our directors regularly see live music, and a few have been even known to frequent the stage. We surround ourselves with many styles of music, so it’s no surprise that we enjoy working with talented musicians across all genres.
When great music collides with visual imagination, and if that vision is truly realised, then there will be a striking video. Our team is an inventive bunch with years of experience in film directing, animation and visual effects.
Work featuring Newton Faulkner, Joe Stilgoe, Jim Cregan, Paul Ewing, Ben Castle, New Cassettes, Steph Macleod, Hot Club of Cowtown, Jon Allen, Guy Chambers, Tony Moore, Louise Latham, Blue Swerver, Tim Stone, Rich Catley, Nina McCann, Zena, Flaming Monkeys, Phatfish, Lou Fellingham and others. Quirky Motion has also worked with a mix of record labels, music organisations and music producers including Peer Music, BBC Concert Orchestra, BBC Electric Proms, Musician's Benevolent Fund, The Bedford, The English Touring Opera, Korean Culture Centre and Authentic Media.
New Cassettes commissioned us to make a music video designed to be viewed using Chromadepth glasses, the glasses were given away with each DVD video on their tour. We also produced a series of documentries following their stories as they journey to Camden, including a Making of.
Fix My eyes | Lou Fellingham Ft: Renzo BA. Ibe 'Giantkiller' Remix.
A five part series following New cassettes for BBC Introducing
The advert is for their album ’15′ celebrating fifteen years since the band’s formation. Using a cut-out puppet style animation parodying the changes in the band over the years.
This was the title video for The Phatfish “There is a Day DVD Video Collection” The DVD also included a number of other videos we have made of them over the years available from the Phatfish Website