The music videos from Blank Canvas Pictures aim to create a story within the video that enhance the song in a strong and distinct visual manner. Unearthing the right style that suits the artist and performer is the driving point behind finding the way to express the song in a visual manner. The videos for the Television Room were shown on Channel 6, and ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone’ is the title track for Christian Blake from Una Healy. Click on the relevant thumbnail links below to see their respective music videos and information on the videos.
Music video shot for singer Kellie Blaise, a surreal supernatural video in keeping with the surrealistic vibe of the song. Nadia Macari did the the make up, Eimear Ennis Graham was gaffer, and the video stars Kayla Scanlan and Evan Wheldon, along with Natalisa Kostrweva.
First video for effervescent new Irish singer Shannon O Connor. With a 60’s tone and an upbeat sound, Shannon shines in the video, with make up by Susan Kenny, gaffer by Eimear Ennis Graham and grip by David Laird.
Christmas music video superb dance pop band The Brilliant Things comprising Greg French and Marie Junior. The video is all shot in one take and features Kayla Scanlan, daughter of Emmett J Scanlan.
Dublin based band The Evora are just finishing their album, and performed their first live gigs performing their own material in the Purdy Loft in Dun Laoghaire in August and in K2 in Howth in October. The band features Ian McSweeney, Alan Rickard and the Morton Brothers, Joey, James and Jonny, who all grew up on the same road as Eoin in their youth. The video was shot in the band’s rehearsal room and on Howth Pier at night in the rolling fog coming in from the sea. The video aimed to act as an introduction to the band, expressing their vibe and allowing the song to breathe.
The song features as the title track for the feature film ‘Dreaming For You’, as with 6 other tracks used on the soundtrack by the band. The video is inter cut with scenes from the film and features Kettie Rompre, who plays the lead of ‘Kayla’ in the film. Make up by Nadia Macari.