My international music video debut…
Never one to turn down a day or two of contemplative “soul searching,” I obliged when Leo Hoorn at Sherpas Cinema invited me to take part in their most recent project, a music video for Universal Sweden’s Urban Cone.
Once again, Leo was armed with the Red Epic cam which we had used in Selkirk Wilderness catskiing lodge earlier this winter. Cruising some of Vancouver and Squamish’s most scenic areas, we did our best at rounding out the story for the bands music video. I really enjoyed thinking of some epic locales and scenes for the video and I hope we can do more fun stuff like this in the future…
Here’s what the Sherpas had to say on their site:
“A few weeks back, Sherpas Cinema had the great honour of hosting and hanging with a young band from Stockholm, Sweden.
Urban Cone and the good folks from their label, Universal Music, teamed up with The Sherpas to shoot a video for their new song Black Ocean, spending an action packed week in the Sea to Sky working hard and taking it all in.
Starting in the studio in Vancouver and eventually marching into the rainforests of Squamish, the shoot was an awesome success and tons of fun. The band absolutely crushed it during our brief shoot window, hopping right off the plane into the studio and then enduring seemingly endless takes in the classic cool n damp Squamish forests. Actor and Pro Skier Austin Ross came in to bat clean up rounding out the story for the video. What a machine! Truly a jack of all trades.”