Daughter - Stereo Mind Game

Upon the release of Daughter's 2023 album, Stereo Mind Game, 4AD tasked me with spearheading a complete video campaign, all within a shoestring budget. This included the creation of three music videos, nine visualizers, ten Spotify canvases, additional DSP content, social cutdowns, TV ads, and more. The band's vision was to create a tapestry of “fragmented, personal reflections on the complexities of human connection and disconnection”, conveying “a memory that one wants to hold on to, but which never reveals itself entirely to the viewer.” To realize this atmospheric aesthetic, I leaned into collage-inspired layering, textural overlays, analog content capture, and synaesthetic editing techniques to synchronize visuals seamlessly with the music. The end result was a dreamy, nostalgic kaledescope-world which spanned across every video asset within the campaign. 

press pick-ups from Stereogum, Brooklyn Vegan, NME, Consequence Sound, Clash, The Line of Best Fit, Eat This Music, and more internationally  

video direction
creative direction
video editing


Every video had a YouTube premiere which each had ~1000 fans tuning in

“The music video was directed by Tiff Pritchett and it captures the essence of the track perfectly. The video is shot in a dreamlike, nostalgic style and it perfectly reflects the mood of the song. The visuals and the music come together to create a powerful and moving experience that is sure to stay with viewers long after the video has ended.” 
Eat this Music on “Party”

Director/Editor/DP:   Tiff Pritchett
Producer/Camera Operator:   Jono Canning
Camera Operator:   Hunter Reed

Supplemental Social Media Content Around Video Release
both organic and paid placements

Official Visualizers for non-single tracks (nine total)


Apple Music - Album + Artist Motion


apple album motion animation based on the cover art
apple artist motion edit using BTS footage from our music video shoot in London

Spotify Canvases
(10 total)

edited by me based on 
the album music videos 
and visualizers