2016 MOVI REEL
Highlighting recent work as a MOVI owner/operator.
YOUNG LOVE - THE TIDE
Directed / Edited by Dean Sherwood
'CHEATER' - THE VAMPS
Official Music Video Directed, filmed and edited by Dean Sherwood
THE MAKING OF 'WAKE UP'
In June 2015 I filmed The Vamps whilst recording their to be first single from their second Album, Wake Up. When the time came and the record label needed a promo video for the single, I arranged to meet up with the bands lead singer Brad at his home and interview him about the process to finish the piece. Here is the video...
THE VAMPS IN MANILA
Specialising in a 'one-man-team' solution. The above video from the bands trip to Manila in the Philippines is an example of a project I Directed, Filmed and Edited in a cinematic documentary style. To view more of my work like this please visit The Vamps YouTube page, which is pretty much my portfolio of work for the past two years. Over 250 videos accumulating near 100 million views to date.
RISK IT ALL (LIVE) - THE VAMPS
The official music video of Risk It All was Directed by me in 2014. The video has gone on to break the record in the Philippines for the most consecutive weeks at number one (seven) in the music video charts. Most recently Directing 'Live at The O2' for a 20 camera shoot will be the first Live DVD I have both Directed and Edited. Productions Directed so far include :
- DVD - Meet The Vamps Live 2014
- DVD - The Vamps Live At The O2 2015
THE VAMPS IN JAPAN
Documentary about The Vamps visit to Japan to play their first headline show in Tokyo. The band did visit last year as well and play a small show to celebrate and launch their album release (you can see that video here). Also featured is a trip to Mount Fuji. Directed | Filmed & Edited by Dean Sherwood.
DRUM SOLO - TRISTAN EVANS
Directed and edited by Dean Sherwood. Tristan's four and half minute drum solo captured by 14 cameras at Birmingham NIA in October 2014.
VAMPS VISIT TARONGA ZOO
Shot on the first day we arrived in Australia for the start of the 2015 World Tour. To signify 'The Vamps have arrived' via the bands YouTube this video which was filmed, edited and live within 24 hours of production starting ended up being shown on two Australian News channels including the Seven Network's popular Sunrise show.