Official Videos for Catalogue Rereleases

utilizing primarily archival and stock footage to create something new and distinct for fan-loved faves
4Ad, Matador
creative direction, editing

Pale Saints - Kinky Love (Demo)

For the 30th Anniversary Expanded Edition of Pale Saint’s In Ribbons, 4AD wanted to release an official video for “Kinky Love (Demo)” which features Ian Masters’ vocal instead of Meriel Barham’s original vocals. The visual aesthetic of this video are heavily inspired by the psychedelic colors, faded layering, and “infested garden of eden”-type footage of the original 1991 video.  

“In a filmic jaunt conceived and spliced by Tiff Pritchett, one finds oneself in a woozy, phantasmagorical parade 
of halfway-there images… an innocent cherub, twirling lovers, blooms of fancy, a meandering millipede, 
a rat indulging its palate, ants feasting upon a discarded apple core, billows in the sky, and a black feline…
with an eye perhaps on a ratty hors d’oeuvre.”

Fucked Up - Black Albino Bones

For the 15th anniversary edition of Fucked Up's Chemistry of Common Life, Matador wanted to create an official video for the band’s hit “Black Albino Bones”. To tap into that early 2000s punk nostalgia, I utilized footage from the original 2008 DIY music video, clips from the band’s infamous 12hr show, and art clippings which inspired Fucked Up while making the album.