Sound of the Sea & Shabby Magick

CONCEPT/FILM: ZEROH.

MUSIC: Fritz Catlin, Simon&ThePope

WORDS: Michael Smith

ZEROH hired drone company Drone On to record the walk along the front from St.Leonards to Hastings to accompany a commissioned piece by writer/ artist/ performer Michael Smith. ZEROH asked Michael to reflect on his first year as a Hastings resident and imagery it had provoked.

WIP_Fritz Catlin/ Simon and The Pope with Michael Smith_Sound Of The Sea + Shabby Magik from zeroh on Vimeo.

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