A deep dive into Yellow Days’s subconscious by London-based director Jamie Whitby (previously featured here). The video’s main effect was created using a robotic arm and multiple passes over the same stage, which required redressing every time. As Whitby explains:

“Our production designer Jabez built 10 sets in a single day for this one, interchanging the ceiling and back wall to shake up our lighting options. We shot the transitions between rooms practically too, sideways on a camera mounted 90 degrees on a dolly to save paying for a jib, before comping them in in post.”


Directed by Jamie Whitby
Production Company: HLA
Producer: Tim Daukes
Director’s Rep: OB Management
Record Label: Sony Music
Commissioner: Laura Clayton
Director of Photography: James Blann
Production Designer: Jabez Bartlett
Post Production Company: The Mill
Post Producer: Bruce Langfield
Colourist: Alex Gregory @ The Mill
Hair & Make Up Artist: Aimee Garner
Production Manager: Daniel Carter
Production Assistant: Hayley West
Focus Puller: Michael Hobdell
1st AD: Jerome France
Runner: Jack Whitby
Runner: Kim Moore
Runner: Sam James
Assistant Production Designer: Kit Falck
Art Department Assistant: Alistair Osbourne
Art Department Assistant: Marieke Bernard Berkel
Gaffer: Salvador Gomez-Lopez
Electrician: Nick Leishman
Electrician: Leon Pyszora
Motion Control Company: The Visual Effects Company
Motion Control Operator: Tomi Keeling
Motion Control 3D Supervisor: Simone Tartaglia
Video Playback: Nat Valente
Audio Playback: Chris Baines
Driver: Akbar Ali
Editor: Jamie Whitby


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