In celebration of the holidays I thought I’d share a little eBook of behind the scenes images from NEEDTOBREATHE’s music video for “Drive All Night.” The video was shot back in 2011 and I’m just now getting around to putting the book together. Ideally, I liked to have this book available in printed form (hard bound, larger format, nice paper, etc) but I’m not sure of my rights to the images just yet. Although all photographs (except the group photo) are mine, the record label had rights to the imagery from video shoot, as they worked with the director on contract to put it all together. Speaking of the Director, his name is Eric Ryan Anderson and he’s an amazing visionary, and his photos and videos are extraordinary. You should definitely check out his work here.
You can download the eBook for free here.
If you’d be interested in purchasing an actual printed copy, leave a comment below. If I have enough interest, I’ll work on getting the information I need to determine whether or not I can sell the book. It’d likely be through Blurb at a pass through cost. Depending on volume, with the options I’d like to do the book in, it’s going to cost somewhere between $75-$100. I think it would be a great keepsake if you were involved in the video shoot, or if just really love the band! I know I want a copy!
I have to thank my friend Christi for inviting a few friends and I to participate in the shoot. We had an absolute blast being a part of it!
I’d like to also thank The Wolf Family, Eric, Bo, Bear, Seth, Joe, Josh, Aaron, and all Crew and Extras that participated.
Also, if you’ve never seen the video or just want to see the finished product, check it out below!
It’s an ePub file. You’ll need iBooks or similar PC software. In a quick Google search it looks like there are some PC options. Additionally, there are some browser plugins for Firefox (and maybe Chrome) that let you view the file in the browser. There’s probably Android apps out there too that’ll read ePub. If you have an iPhone/iPad or Mac just download iBooks. It’s free. Thanks for checking out the link. Hope this helps!
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What program do I need to open the file?