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Hello world! (Again…)

Hello world! (Again…)

Andddd I’m back.

Took me a long time, right? Lotsa things happened in between then and now such as work, more work, and more work.

Up until March this year since November last year, I was employed by a certain media company working on their “experimental video channel program. When that was done, I started up a new company called “TJTV Productions” and was soon on an amazing rollercoaster ride till today.

Yes, I’m still here. 😀

Shot A LOT of videos since the last time I posted something here. A few weddings, a lot of commissioned work, plus a few music videos. This one below, is one of my favorite video featuring a good friend of mine, Altimet.

“Let’s do a one take video”

I said to Altimet. He was more than eager to do it. And there’s no better place to do it than Changkat Bukit Bintang, on a Saturday nite.

The place was packed with people partying, enjoying themselves. A direct contrast to what the song was talking. And with the style I picked for the final video (black & white, gritty), it fits the song well.

One random fact about this video is, besides that  it was shot in one long take, is that it was the THE ONLY take that we did for the video. Credit to my Co and Assistant Directors, @elmielmo and @Feris_Othman and the wonderful crew I have that night. Credit to Isya (@sedut999) and Epy (@Apy_Epy) from Altimet’s side for a great job during the shoot.

Without further ado, I present you Altimet’s “Kotarayaku – DJ Iman Remix”.

Credit to Kartel Records.

 

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