Young Black and Deadly

YBD week 1 c
Pauline Clague with interns Kerrod, Maddison and Georgia  working on prep for the music video shoot with this years Young Black and Deadly winners at Koori Radio

On Saturday 9th of June, the team worked with the Young Black and Deadly winners for 2018 at Koori Radio for a music video clip planning day.

Associate Professor Pauline Clague and Mel Pesa have recruited interns Maddison and Georgia Coles and Kerrod Meredith-Creed who are all studying at Australian Film Television and Radio School, to assist the young aspirational singers to do the music clip for there upcoming album release.

Jumbunna will be working with the interns over the next month to help to deliver for Gadigal Information Services, a cut of the music clip for their to be released album and orginal group song “Don’t Kill The Vibe”

All members of the team were enthusiastic and engaged in trying to dream up possibilities for their clip. Kerry Johnson the co-ordinator for Gadigal has allowed Jumbunna to bring on a Young, Black deadly crew of our own, to support their emerging talent.

Next weekend we will be shooting a deadly film clip  and hope to share the vibe right across the country in a few months time.

Their new track is called Don’t Kill the Vibe and we can’t tell you anymore. You just have to wait for it’s release.

YBD Week 2
Kerry Johnson and Maya Johnson choreographing the dance moves with the Young Black and deadly winners at NCIE in Redfern.