Here’s another Air NZ film from the series I edited, this time with people who travel LA to London rather than the other way around, meet Jill and Jordan; celebrity stylists!
Directed by Ed Rosie and Producer by Paula McKersey at Kream.
Here’s an awesome project I was lucky enough to edit recently.
Here’s the new music video I cut for Hot Chip, directed and produced by the awesome Andy Knowles and the artwork and design by Robert Bell.
This was a fun edit as a) it looks soooo good, and b) the more disguised the edit point the better the flow, so it was really fun to keep the momentum going but hide all the cuts in darkness or with mattes or with an element of continuity.
Pre-order the new album “Why Make Sense?” and get an instant download of “Huarache Lights”:
iTunes – http://po.st/WhyMakeSense
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Hot Chip will release their sixth album and second for Domino, Why Make Sense?, on 18th May 2015. Recorded in Oxfordshire and London and produced by Hot Chip with Mark Ralph, Why Make Sense? is the band’s follow up to 2012’s critically acclaimed In Our Heads.
Hot Chip will be touring the US, UK & Europe in support of Why Make Sense? this May and June including an intimate club show at Oval Space in London on 14th May 2015. Tickets for all US shows go on sale on 13th February and all UK shows on 14th February 2015. The band will also headline the BBC Radio 6 Music Festival at the end of February, which is already sold out, as well as previously announced headline performances at Sonar in Barcelona in June and Green Man Festival in the UK in August. More live dates to be announced soon.
Director: Andy Knowles
Producer: Andy Knowles
Production Company: Ralph Creative
Installation Design and Artwork: Robert Bell
DOP: Jack WiIkinson
1st AC: Adam Feeney
Grip: Ollie Craig
DIT/2nd AC: Matthew Olarewaju
Production Assistant: Trehane Taylor
Edited by: Jonah Maddox
Installation at: Block 336 Gallery Brixton
This was the cut before sections from the accompanying film ‘Divergence’ were cut into it, I prefer this cut, a lot.
Directed by Ben Newbury
Produced by Jacob Swann-Hyan
Edited by Jonah Maddox
Produced by RSA/Black Dog Films
Here’s the non director’s cut –
Here’s a series of Vines I cut for Funkin’
Directed by Rory Mckeller.
Produced by Red Brick Road.
Edit, graphics and sound by Jonah Maddox.
I shot and directed this with Rory Mckeller, in The Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley, right next to my house.
Edited it for Able who produced it and did the graphical work.
On a Spring day there was a Field covered in a Lott of Dust, I asked a Pixie to clean it up but she told me to piss off.
I cut this for Able.
Moving Brands have just launched Deviant Art anew and I made their case study video –
The whole campaign can be viewed here
Edit and motion graphics by me.
Here’s a little piece I directed and cut for Theatre in the Square in Highgate, an amateur theatre company who are producing a show called What She Will, written by Jane Jones and based on the plays of Shakespeare. It is all about the importance of the women in Shakespeare’s life. It is in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
I am actually the musical director for the play too, so I may be biased, but I think it’s going to be good. I learned to play the bouzouki for this which has been really fun, that’s the instrument I’m playing on the trailer.
If you fancy tickets, it is showing late March at the Bridewell Theatre and tickets can be gotted here – Theatre in the Square
Directed and cut & music by me
DOP the radical Sashi Kissoon