Samuel Douek presents a "love letter to London nightlife" in this visual tour de force for Little Mix's Confetti. This is the band's first release as a three-piece since the departure of Jesy Nelson, and shows the artists launched into a dance off between themselves and their male alter-egos. The project was very personal to Douek, and includes dancers and party starters from his personal circle, as well as icons from the latest Drag Race UK series – Bimini, Tayce and A’Whora. At six minutes in length, the video is no doubt a major event in the pop sphere, and is paired with top-notch cinematography and creative perfection across the board, from styling to costumes to art direction.
amuel Douek is a film director and entrepreneur based in London. Since late 2019 he has worked predominantly on music videos for artists including Little Mix, David Guetta, Kara Marni, Aurora and Denai Moore, after signing with Alexa Haywood (Free Agent). Having trained as an Architect (Bartlett Part 1, RCA Part 2), he began his filmmaking career in 2017 in documentaries exploring the intersections between LGBTQ+ subcultures and the built environment, directing several mini-series for Grindr's content channel INTO such as the well-received PROLIFIC. Since then, Samuel has moved onto music videos, fashion films and commercials. He has worked with brands including Uber, Amazon and Absolut Elyx; shooting their new bottle campaign. He has won several film festival awards for experimental documentaries like JUS+ LIKE ME and STONEWALL 2069 (currently on BBC iplayer), and in 2018 was named one of the British Fashion Council's New Wave Creatives. Aside to filmmaking Samuel is a queer event creator and artist, having built the CAMPerVAN, a travelling performance art and community space, which has toured Europe and hosted events at galleries including Tate Modern. Most recently, Samuel founded HOWL, a sex-positive lifestyle brand with CBD wellness products at its core. Its mission is to improve sex for all genders and sexualities and breakdown outdated taboos.