Live music recording
In december 2010 we gathered Morten Bruun and Tue Ebert and their friends in an a abandonded pool hall in the south western part of Copenhagen.
With a multicamera setup we shot their performances. The clip above is one of the songs taken from a 20 min music film
Watch the whole film here
Commercial for Mayors Summit COP15
A montage to be projected on a big globe on the City Hall Square as the final event, summing up the days of COP15 and Mayors Summit in Copenhagen 2009.
Commercial for Copenhagen City Hall
Made to new employees of Copenhagen City Hall, to show the diversity of their new workplace. Being the biggest workplace in Denmark, it includes a lot of different jobs and has a great diversity of employees.
Live perfomance recording
The Nomads concists of some of the greatest jazz musicians. At a concert on Vega, Copenhagen, we ran around the stage and among the audience to capture the energy of this brillant musical setup.
In the video above you can see a teaser of the concert.
Music Video for Andi Müller
I find it quite hard thinking in naratives in electronic music. It usely strikes me more as a state of mind than a story. In this case i just had an idea of this guy running in his own thoughts.
I cut up a lot of old footage and made it in to a stream of consciousness, to project in the streets as the thoughts of Andi Müller running in the dark. It’s shot from a bicycle cab containing me. a camera, a projector mounted to the camera, a laptop to feed the project and a generator to power it all. It was har not to attract attention.
Live presentations, 20×20 sec
We’ve made 36 videos for Pecha Kucha Copenhagen. Pecha Kucha is a brillant presentation format from Japan – meaning Small Talk in japanese. Each presenter presents 20 projects with 20 sec per project. Lots of creative people used the 20×20 sec to tell about finished work or processes. The time limit was perfect to make people cut to the chase and after an evening with various presenters you leave the event inspired and curious.
See more videos at the Pecha Kucha CPH Vimeo channel
Camera and Editor – Kristian Foldager
Additional Camera – Anders Nettli, Elisabeth Holager Lund
Intro/Outro Video – Christian Sønderby Jepsen