As the rain began to fall, Monarchy took to the South Beach stage, and in-front of a sizeable crowd put on an incredible performance. They weaved in and out of new and old tracks, whilst covering the likes of Nirvana and Outkast, even producing a mosh pit in the crowd at one point. Despite slightly clashing with similar sounding band Pet Shop Boys and the rain persistently falling, the crowd grew and grew, getting more into the set as it went on. Here’s a few shots and a short video of the show:
Music video that I helped to create, and also starred in.
‘…First music video created for my Music Video Production class at Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus. It is a fan made video of Slipknot’s Snuff. Hope you enjoy my first ever video 🙂
Actor: William Garnett
Dancer: Catherine Pastrana
Video crew: Giulia Spadaro and Nikita Zabinski
Editing: Giulia Spadaro…’
First published: February 10, 2016
Description: Audio Visual EPK/documentary for the Ba(hons) Popular Music Journalism course 2014 – 2015. Filmed and edited by William Garnett, Rory Kelly, Joshua Roberts and Carys Shaves.
Southampton Solent University solent.ac.uk
First published: February 21, 2015
Little promotional video that I made whilst at College for my good friend DJ Tammo. Here’s a link to his mixes: https://soundcloud.com/dj-tammo
Song: Juj – Floater
First published: April 17, 2013
Music video I did for a college assignment of Kid Cudi’s song ‘Solo Dolo.’ All filmed on my GoPro camera and edited in Final Cut. I’m a huge of Kid Cudi and this is one of my favourite, if not the darkest, tracks off his first studio album ‘Man On The Moon: The End Of Days.’ Whilst producing the music video I really looked into what the song was about and started to put meaning to the lyrics, here’s my conclusion;
Short video that I made on a recent trip to The Caribbean. Song: Gyptian – Hold Yuh (Major Lazer Remix). All filmed on my GoPro camera.
First published: January 8, 2013
Video Installation I made showing how the conflict between Israel and Palestine are affecting the children of both countries. The water in the video represents a threshold for the unconscious becoming conscious, so when the actor walks through the water at the end he is becoming conscious to the effects the conflict is having on the children.
First published: June 20, 2012