Eleanoora Rosenholm’s Moskova metro music video has been in the making for well over a year. I made the first draft of the script already in March 2019 and we had the final script writing session with Mika Rättö in early November 2019.
When I first received the track Keijukaisvalssi I had a hard time figuring out how to circumvent a literal approach. We met with Sanna and Pekka from Litku Klemetti and Sanna explained the backstory that she had for the new upcoming album titled “Ding ding dong”. The album tells the story of Hullu-Sanna (trl. Crazy […]
A music video for Eleanoora Rosenholm Oopium China song. Their fourth album Talvipalatsin puutarhassa was released in November 2018.
A festival teaser video for Pori Film Festival 2018.
Death Hawks’ new song Atitlán from their fourth full length album is my third video for the band. Teemu Markkula and myself cooked up the idea on what the video should include in terms of looks and story.
This video is a homage to staying at home and reading a book, listening to music or watching a movie. It’s our third video together with Islaja.
The Eternal Sleep of the Man (Ihmisen ikuinen uni) is a collaborative video installation by Sami Sänpäkkilä and Anna-Mari Nousiainen. It consists of 15 new video works that can be installed as a 15-channel site specific installation or screened as a single channel 9 minute work.
The Goodiepal Equation is a documentary that follows Goodiepal, a Danish musician, performance artist, lecturer and activist operating on the fringes of society. The film had it’s world premiere at the Helsinki International Film Festival September 22nd 2017.
Tehtaantyttö is the second music video I’ve done for the band M. I think this is the first music video that hasn’t been shot in a single day.
Music video for Maria ja marsialaiset.
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.