Jay Tauzin

Melissa Steel f/ Wretch 32 "You Love Me?" (Max & Dania, dir.)

Directing duo Max & Dania bring you this youthful and fun video for Melissa Steel’s ‘You Love Me?’ featuring Wretch 32. The video gives the audience a fresh feeling of a summer love story. 

Shot in the iconic 50s style Pink Motel  in LA and incorporating projected kaleidoscopic visuals over the beautiful Melissa this video is totally bright and full of colour, elevating the already bubbly track.

Leilani Wolfgramm "Sunshine" (Carl Verna, dir.)

Leilani Wolgramm cousin to the super successful R&B/POP band from the 80's and 90's THE JETS is a phenomenal talent both on the musical and visual fronts. She will be a force to reckon with throughout her career. Most of the concept was in Lei's head so my job as director was to translate those ideas into a canvass that made sense on screen. Fortunately I had a master DP at my side Anthony Kimata who had worked with Leilani before and understood her aesthetics.

Bleachers "Rollarcoaster" (Richard Shepard, dir.)

Best use of an ice cream truck in a video since Billy Corgan peddled sweet confections in the perfect pastel world of "Tonight" for Smashing Pumpkins? I think so. Jack Antonoff and Bleachers take to the roof of a moving truck, all in the name of a girl (and a video, of course).

A risky move, especially since the truck's brakes actually went out while the band was up on the roof.

PS: How is there not an Ice Cream Truck in Master P's "Ice Cream Man" video?