We thought it was about time to update our teams photos, so we went and had a bit of fun down in Sleepy Hollow in Noordhoek.
We had quite an emotional day today. We were asked to film the relocation of squatters from Nooitgedacht estate to their brand new houses in Klapmuts. These squatters have been living there for free since 1994 and have no running water, electricity or toilets. Today they received their free houses and most of them were really looking [...]
Some behind the scenes shots of a recent shoot we did with the band Zamar in Stellenbosch. You can view the music video here: www.goosebump.co.za/zamar-you-raise-me-up/
Leon from the band Sibanye asked us to do a fun photo shoot with the band. We did the studio shoot in our studio and the location shoots we did here in Noordhoek at the sleepy hollow and down at the Hoek.
We shot a promotional video for the band “Me and Mr Brown” in our own studio in Noordhoek… Oh and if you are having a function – check these guys out – they really do rock! See the actual video we shot here: http://www.goosebump.co.za/me-mr-brown-demo/ www.meandmrbrown.com
Many of SA’s top artists pitched in to play at Gerald Clark’s Benefit Gig – to raise money for his vocal cord surgery. It was the biggest lineup of artists ever at Mercury. Thanks to Gerhard Gibbs from Midnight Sessions and Luna Page for organising this. Mark Chipps took the photos.
Here are some photos from the Put Foot Rally 2012, through Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique and South Africa.
It is not everyday you get to work with some of your favourite musicians – all in one room. We were shooting the behind the scenes video for the upcoming DVD we will be filming on Sat 9 June for Luna Paige’s “Storielied”. Here is a couple of behind the scenes photos from today’s rehearsal. [...]
We had a fantastic time last night at the launch of the much anticipated live DVD/CD which we produced for Gerald Clark. Here are a few special moments. Get your copy of the DVD/CD from Midnight Sessions on facebook.
Here is a selection of some of my favourite shots from Rocking The Daisies 2011: