Top Boy - Your Cut. Livity for Channel 4.
Featuring UK rap stalwart Kano, this promo for Channel 4’s Your Cut competition gave the audience the chance to cut their own trailer for series two of the award winning Top Boy. The competition saw over 800 entries whittled down to the winning four, which were then aired after each episode of the programme.
The promo was trailed across the internet to promote the competition as well as having 200+ slots on Channel4, E4 and More4.
Produced and Directed in-house by Matthew Peltier for Livity.
Director of Photography Neil Gordon.
Stuff in slow-mo just looks dope. On the #Sony #Fs700
Using expensive cameras and desirable warehouse locations to their full capacity. With Jake G.
Kay2 x The $trange Days - Live to Let You Shine
Directed by myself Matthew Peltier, the video and concept was written by me and shot over two days in North London.
Kay2 x The $trange Days like their name straddle two worlds, two rapper/producers, constantly contrasting music styles and each other to create their distinctive and eclectic sound.
Love fuelled raps dripped over dark and haunting melodies, to songs that deliver that extreme hatred for a love lost almost contradicted by ballad like production. K2x$D are haunting storytellers x beautiful song makers, in equal measure.
I wanted to build on this already filmic world that K2x$D had created by telling a story of ‘extreme love’, a love the causes victims on both sides.
I wanted to express what lengths the obsessed might go to get what they wanted in the name of passion. Starring the angel like talents of Charlotte Hunter and the K2x$D boys themselves we set out to make a film with an amazing soundtrack rather than just another music promo.
'Live to Let You Shine' is a beautiful song with a horror-film like intensity and I sought only to strength the emotional narrative K2x$D offer us with images that both compliment and contrast each other while being equally beautiful and haunting.
UK rap stalwart Smiler blesses the crowd at Yoyo London with his rock refix SBTV F64. He kills it, the crowd go cray: done.
Directed, shot and edited: Matthew Peltier
Director: Matthew Peltier
Wired bless Concrete @ Shoreditch House with another stellar line-up of emerging musical talent. From the sultry tones of Louise Golbey, the love-soaked words of Sam Garrett to a climactic finish from the electric Special K’s, it was a reaffirmation of the Wirey skills of Kate Bond and Michael Duke. A spring-kled line-up in the ever popular East London.
Words by Matthew Peltier.
For a brief moment, Matthew PeltierEffect stands in front of the lens rather than behind it. A camera test, shoot project for a friend studying Television Production. Shout to Jodie Eden for her first venture.
The arrival of 24 Hour Production People is here. A creative partnership between Peltier.co.uk and Hollydillon.tv will see the two making short-form content for the Internet and television. Beginning with a residency for ‘Wired @ Shoreditch House’ creating round-up videos of the popular monthly music event, to directing and producing music promos for emerging artists. The partnership combines 12+ years of television making experience and will focus on youth branded music content to start with a planned growth in to scripted drama and documentary. Check out the Wired videos at www.youtube.com/24hourprodpeople/