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Pixie Lott

US, Webisode

Pixie Lott

Young Foolish Happy, Launch Party - November 2011

Pixie Lott

Pixie Lott, Stevie Wonder, Webisode

Pixie Lott

All About Tonight Webisode

Pixie Lott

Pixie Lott, Pusha T, Webisode

Pixie Lott talks about her collaboration with US rapper Pusha T on the single What Do You Take Me For in this webisode for international TV broadcast. The interview was shot in a warehouse in Hackney by Two Foot Four’s Mark Fewell for Mercury Records.

Pixie Lott

MultiMedia short, 'London to Berlin'

Mark Fewell headed to Stansted for an early morning interview with ‘Captain’ Pixie Lott. He then boarded a flight to Berlin where Pixie performed a one hour set to assembled industry and media. Four hours later and we’re flying home, just in time to high-tail it to Kentish Town for Pixie’s second gig of the day at The Forum to belt out another selection form her new album Turn It Up. Home before the birds woke up, just.

Pixie Lott

Boys and Girls (single). MultiMedia Short

We went to town with a huge Shoreditch venue, a 1971 Verner Panton sofa, a projector, loadsa lights and crew, oh and a few thousand feathers.
Seemed to work with Pixie being the first British solo artist to debut with a number 1 hit, followed by this single ‘Boys & Girls’ which also hit the top slot.

Pixie Lott

Mama Do (single). MultiMedia Short

We went to town with a huge Shoreditch venue, a 1971 Verner Panton sofa, a projector, loadsa lights and crew, oh and a few thousand feathers.
Seemed to work with Pixie being the first British solo artist to debut with a number 1 hit, with Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh).

Pixie Lott

Cry Me Out (single) MultiMedia Short

We went to town with this TV broadcast webisode for Pixie Lott’s Cry Me Out at a huge Shoreditch venue. We used a 1971 Verner Panton sofa, a projector, loadsa lights and crew…oh, and a few thousand feathers.
Seemed to work with two debut No.1 hits to follow.

A powerful, yet intimate acoustic performance of Every Breaking Wave by U2 from their new album, Songs of Innocence. Produced and directed by Two Foot Four’s Mark Fewell at...

Jake Bugg performs an acoustic version of What Doesn’t Kill You at the POW in Brixton prior to his ‘sold out’ three nights at the Academy. The video, produced and directed by...

The boys from Mona blew into town all the way from Nashville, to mark the occasion we flew in a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz all the way from, er… Essex! Everyone...

Leaving Bob Geldof’s house with 20 tapes and a degree of expectation we knew we’d have a job to get Bob’s career into a 10 minute epk. Bob himself got involved and even...