House of Vans
Event filming has always been a great experience with House of Vans. This event was particularly special as it saw House of Vans partner with Loyle Carner for his new album launch. Loyle Carner is one of the biggest up-and-coming artists to hit the UK hip hop and rap scene in many years. It’s therefore no surprise that the event had many moving parts to it, to ensure a great experience for all. In addition to the live performance featuring Carner’s brand new material, was an art exhibition inspired by his work by the likes of Damien Hirst and Gommie amongst other established and fringe artists. Equally as important to capture was the signing session by the artist himself. Suffice to say there was plenty to film.
Ultimately, with events filming plenty of pre-planning must be done. However, in our experience, it’s the ability to think and react quickly that’s most important to be able to capture the real energy of a live event.
We were pleased to produce edits for a multitude of platforms including Instagram stories and YouTube.
Share the Stage
We worked with House of Vans on their highly anticipated ‘Share the Stage‘ London event. There was plenty to be excited about. Firstly, they partnered with the legendary LA hip hop artist ScHoolboy Q. Secondly, South London rapper Tay Made was the unsigned artist selected to ‘share the stage’ with him. As a result, we filmed both an interview with Tay Made, to discuss his great achievement, as well as the live event itself.
House of Vans hosted Festifeel 2019, a fundraising event organised by Coppafeel, a charity that pulls together some of the hottest names in music to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research and treatment. This year featured Gabrielle Aplin, RAYE, Tom Grennan and Elli Ingram alongside hosts Fearne Cotton and Sara Pascoe. Alongside the music festivities Coppafeel organised a wealth of creative workshops, practical demonstrations and of course, some skateboarding.
To celebrate the launch of the new Vans ComfyCush ERA, House of Vans London turned back the clocks on Friday 1st of March and transformed into ComfyCush High with epic performances by Slaves and Yxng Bane, immersive installations and THAT foam pit.
Curated by Nimmo
Vans introduced ‘Curated By’, a new event series giving up-and-coming musicians the chance to curate a full showcase at House of Vans. Their first curators were West London electro-duo NIMMO, whose carefully curated line up included duo Ider, North London upstart Girli, LGBTQ party collective Sink the Pink, producer Hannah Holland, choreographer and performing artist Holly Blakey, visual artist Hannah Perry, as well as featuring techno-pop Kelly Lee Ownes.