Music video for Silver Spoon, by Harvest.
The vision behind the music video was the idea of resisting oppression. This was visualized through the representation of the antagonist, who's face is never fully revealed throughout the music video. This was an intentional move to introduce a level of controlled ambiguity by not defining who this character is, allowing the audience to fill in the blank and envision the antagonist relative to their individual situation.
The music video was shot with the intention to be released as a prelude to the band's live performance at Bay Beats 2016. The music video was completed on time before their scheduled performance and was successful in generating the buzz the band needed to attract people to attend their show.
Creative direction, Melvin Ong. Film & Edit, eugeneOBJ. Additional Filming, Axel Serik. Grip & Assist, Mitch & Slanganator. Location, Vault Sixty 4 & The Singapore Jazz Club.