Nicholas Chatfield-Taylor has been collaborating with artists and musicians under a broad spectrum of roles – music video director, installation artist, curator, poster designer, publisher, tour manager, party organizer, bike safety instructor, drummer, fashion designer, photographer, professional stage-diver and probably another whole laundry list of things we haven’t been able to keep up with.
In this interview, we listen to a number of musicians who Nick has made videos for, including Man Forever, Parts & Labor, Ninjasonik, Matt & Kim, Star Fucking Hipsters and Pterodactyl. We'll also be getting peeks at a track by his own band, Psychomania, along with other musicians who he’s worked with and have inspired him, including Leaders, Japanther, Dan Friel, Cerebral Ballzy, Puppies, Mirky-J and the Goddamn Rattlesnake.
We also hear the track “Do the Devo” by Unstoppable Death Machines, around which Nick’s residency at The Clocktower Gallery is based, and hear about the painstaking process with which this video is being produced over the next month.
For more information beyond this interview, read Nick’s project page.