Everyone involved with the sessions was thrilled with the results, and it's easy to see why.
"We're very, very happy with it. Basically, we had £1500 budget at first, but we pushed to double it for the video, we managed to talk the manager into putting a bit more in".
It isn't evident from the impeccable production quality, but there wasn't a massive initial budget involved in the making of these two live sessions. With a strong portfolio and a clear vision, the team pushed for a bigger budget to achieve the necessary results. "It was really worth it, and we had the venue, and we could have the video look like 20k."
Though the sessions have already filmed, edited and released, the story doesn't end there.
Having become big fans of each other's work, the team have plans to further collaborate in the coming weeks. Still, most surprisingly Jeremie has picked up another job directing a music video from meeting Kyra, one of the choruses on set.
"I'm applying to briefs on CC daily. It's a great platform." We really love to hear it.