“From the very first listen of Apricots the visuals were pretty clear to me. I was excited to be given the chance to work with a track where the emphasis was on rhythm and repetition rather than narrative. My intention was to create a building sense of elemental euphoria using rudimentary stop motion to animate inanimate objects. I did this using a clockwork 16mm camera out on location and also in my studio with simple sets. The resulting footage, some of which was processed by hand, was then layered with hand-painted and tinted 8mm film to create a new composite with greater depth and movement. It was also great to be reunited with Chloe Endeen, who I’d previously worked with on my film Bait to add the human spirit element.”
One of the most exciting filmmakers working in the UK today. Mark has been showered with praise for his BAFTA-winning feature film, BAIT. A native son of Cornwall, Mark has not slowed down since joining the Bullion roster. Creating groundbreaking new music videos from his studio in the South West.