Music video for the band M. Only practical lights, one take, handheld.
Finally after a year of no time to make music videos here’s one for Seremonia. We started planning for this months ago and bounced off different ideas with the band but none of them stuck or were too difficult to realize. Once I had the idea for this particular script and a clear vision of how I wanted to execute it, it was the quickest turnaround ever.
Death Hawks are releasing their third album “Sun Future Moon” shortly. First single is called Behind Thyme which we shot a video for during the moon eclipse on September 26th.
A music video for Seremonia from the album Kristalliarkki.
A music video for Pekko Käppi & K.H.H.L. From the album Sanguis Meus, Mama!
Räjäyttäjät music video. Shot in one take last winter with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera in raw mode.
Barry Andrewsin Disko makes interesting music because it’s very playful yet melancholic at the same time. It is very inspiring to create images to. I wanted to write a story for this music video and I feel that for maybe the very first time I’ve managed to extract all the images I had in my head into the video.
Risto: Turvaluola music video from the new album II. The idea spun from a suggestion by Risto. He wished he wouldn’t have to be in it.
Death Hawks: Black Acid music video is my first work shooting on film since 2006. The band wanted something “out of this world” and psychedelic. So this is my interpretation of that request!
Ignatz music video from the new album Can I Go Home Now?
Buy CD: http://fonal.com/shop/ninniforeverband Ninni Forever Band debut solo album from Pintandwefall member Ninni Luhtasaari, recorded and produced jointly by Risto Ylihärsilä and Teemu Markkula. Ninni Luhtasaari is a one-woman artist collective. She is a milliner, a versatile manipulator of moving and still images, a conceptual artist, a multi-instrumentalist and a songwriter — among other things. […]
This is a second video made to promote Lau Nau’s new album Valohiukkanen. The idea was to go out on the lake with a smoke machine and capture something that had very little color information.