In the early 1990’s my career was inspired and motivated by music video’s, directors like David Fincher and Samuel Bayer. But one director who I believe broke the mold is Mark Romanek.
Along the way, the Grammy winner has been behind some of the world’s most famous–and infamous–videos. On the groundbreaking side, there’s Lenny Kravitz’s exhilarating “Are You Gonna Go My Way,” which made the musician a star in one fell swoop. On the controversial side, there’s Fiona Apple’s teasing “Criminal,” Jay-Z’s apocalyptic “99 Problems and “Nine Inch Nails‘ macabre “Closer,” It is one of only two that the Museum of Modern Art has added to its permanent collection.
So, I noticed that there has not been a collage of his notable music video work so I decided to make one. I hope you enjoy it. We received an email from Mr. Romanek and he thought the edit was very well done and he is very flattered.
Editor: Nino Del Padre
Del Padre Digital http://www.delpadre.com/
All videos copyright to their respective owner.
Videos included in this montage:
Jay Z – 99 Problems
Linkin Park – Faint
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Can’t Stop
Johnny Cash – Hurt
Audioslave – Cochise
No Doubt – Hella Good
Mick Jagger – God Gave Me Everything
Janet Jackson featuring Joni Mitchell and Q-Tip – Got Til It’s Gone
Fiona Apple – Criminal
Nine Inch Nails – Perfect Drug
Beck – Devil’s Haircut
Weezer – El Scorcho
Eels – Novocaine for the Soul
Sonic Youth – Little Trouble Girl
Michael & Janet Jackson – Scream
Madonna – Bedtime Story
R.E.M. – Strange Currencies
G. Love & Special Sauce – Cold Beverage
Nine Inch Nails – Closer
David Bowie – Jump, They Say
Madonna – Rain
Lenny Kravitz – Are You Gonna Go My Way
Keith Richards – Wicked as it Seems
En Vogue – Free Your Mind
kd lang – Constant Craving