Babaganouj - Can't Stop

Client - Babaganouj

by Gillian Katz for Rolling Stone Australia | March 18th, 2015 3:49:PM EST

Diving into 2015 head first, Brisbane's Babaganouj return with new single "Can’t Stop," a tune with serious toe-tap power that was recorded as part of their prize from the City Sounds Competition. From the unforgettably simple lyrics to the Brady Bunch-meets-Hoodoo Gurus themed video, Babaganouj continues to play with their signature boy-girl harmonies, lush melodies, and glorious guitar solos.

- See more at: http://rollingstoneaus.com/video/post/video-premiere-babaganouj-cant-stop/1321

Kilter - Alive Again (Feat. Citizen Kay) LIVE

Client: Etcetc

Kilter on Tour with RUFUS, Hayden James and Nicole Millar.

A Live Show Music Video. A very interesting vid as it was shot in under two hours using a Single Camera which had me jumping around frantically on stage during the performance. This Video is a testament to small rigs, low light cameras and a nice zoom lens, to ensure that you are able to shoot at the speed of thought.

A lot of thought had to go into editing this clip as majority of the footage did not come from the Song Playing. Most of the video is pieced together from footage of Kilter's 10 minute sound check and from songs at the beginning of his set. A hectic shoot but had a great time hanging out.

Shot on a 5D Mark iii 720p 50fps


The Bacchanales - Why It Stopped Raining

Client: The Bacchanales


Shot on the Canon c300.

A lightly, Wes Anderson styled Music Clip featuring up and coming Brissy Band the Bacchanales. Shot in a quarry just north of the city.

Production Manager: Yuri Higashino

Director: Vincent Chen

Director of Photography: Sam Chatterjee


Tourism - Float Away

Client: Tourism

Tourism approached us to commission a Music Video that suited their bold and crazy nature. It was created for the release of their first EP where Float Away was the title track.

Shot in Brisbane, Australia on the RED  Epic.

Produced by Sarah Hawkins

Directed by Vincent Chen

Director of Photography Timothy Carr

Check out Tourism's latest tracks at Triple J Unearthed.