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OT Perricone on Film and Photography

Director Antonio Perricone (WW 11-16) releases his second music video, Dazed and Confused by Emmeline Armitage

Director Antonio Perricone (WW 11-16) releases his second music video, Dazed and Confused by Emmeline Armitage.

After the success of his solo photographic exhibition ‘Portraitsin Oxford in 2019, 22 year old photographer, director and writer, Antonio went on to direct his first music video ‘Girl Like Me’ by LVRA (co-directed with Luke Wintour) in March 2020.

In 2017, whilst still studying English at Oxford, Antonio interned for both legendary British photographer Tim Walker and travelled to New York to work with LGBTQ+ rights advocacy group, Voices4, where he was mentored by trailblazing LGBTQ activist Adam Eli.

Speaking to Adam Eli, about his photographic exhibition, Antonio said “People just living their lives and doing whatever they can to make it – that inspired me. There’s a sense that anything could happen in (New York City) that I don’t really get in other places I’ve been to”. Dazed – interview with Adam Eli Read more

Antonio’s talent was already in evidence during his time at Tonbridge where he wrote and directed three winning house films for Whitworth House. The first, a stunningly beautiful and thought-provoking piece using stock footage set to Nina Simone’s Feeling Good was conceived and edited in his bedroom at the age of 15.

Antonio is now living and working in London.

Latest - Emmeline Dazed and Confused music video - Watch here

Directed by photographer and videographer Antonio Perricone, the video for Dazed and Confused is a homegrown and heartfelt take on adolescent nostalgia for the summer that never was. The single is Emmeline Armitage's third song to be made available on wide release and can be found on all major listening platforms now.

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