Join us on Monday, June 21st at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom (or phone) as we take a look at affordable ways to make a music video of your song that gets attention, “likes”, and “followers”. Leading the panel discussion will be COMBO Board member Jamie Krutz a Colorado-based writer, performer, composer and creative video producer. He helps create rich, compelling media productions for a variety of clients. Confirmed speaker Nigel Dick, director of such famous videos as Guns ‘n Roses’ “Sweet Child of Mine,” Britney Spears’ “Baby One More Time”, and Pussycat Dolls’ “Stickwithu” will lead our panel. Also confirmed Dylan Owens of Babelord and Miro of Tangerine! More on Dylan and Miro to come.
COMBO Meetings are FREE and open to the public. All ages welcome.
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Award–winning director Nigel Dick is possibly the most prolific music video director of all time with over 390 music videos to his credit.
He is also well known for his work in commercials, documentaries, television and feature films.
The range of his work is all over the creative map. Although well known for his videos for Britney Spears, Oasis, Cher, Guns n’ Roses, Nickelback, etc., he has shot commercials for a number of international tourist boards, all the big soda companies, Canon Cameras, perfumes, and Broadway musicals.
His documentary work includes award– winning films about The Holocaust, The Tour de France, British Country Houses, and guitar player Carl Verheyen. His features include comedies,
police thrillers and one nightmare production he’d rather not talk about! After stumbling into the
film biz by accident Nigel has worked on over 700 productions in 28 countries – the only continent he’s not filmed on is Antarctica.
He was handed a Lifetime Achievement Award by the MVPA (Music Video Producers
Association) in 2012. In addition to many other awards his work has been nominated for the MTV and Much Music Awards 47 times.
Photo: Within eight months of going freelance I found myself making a movie with Oscar winner Martin Balsam. I didn’t have a clue how to direct him and despite the smiles here it wasn’t all plain sailing. His daughter Talia was also in the film – I believe it was the only time they both appeared in the same movie. (pic by Atli)