The Secret Life of Music Video Directors
The age of the blockbuster music video might be over, but music videos continue to be a key medium to set the tone for new artists and announce new music. In New Zealand, directors turn out music videos on shoestring budgets, harnessing No. 8 wire technology and pulling in favours from cast and crew to pull off their treatments. In The Secret Life of Music Video Directors, Sam Wicks talks to directors Stuart Page, Joe Lonie and Andrew Morton about matching sound and vision.
Stuart Webster Page with his dad Webster Seymour Page. Photo by Todd Winlove.
Joe Lonie. Photo by Duncan Cole.
Andrew Morton. Photo by Ben Lee.