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Interview with Mark Gerard

Season 1, Ep. 10

In this episode we speak with Grammy nominated director Mark Gerard. Mark's extensive portfolio of work includes the music video to the single 'Forgiven, Not Forgotten'.


With over 1.7 Million views on Youtube and the second single to the band's breakthrough album of the same title, We ask Mark how he ended up in the position of directing such an iconic video and what it was like to be on set back in 1996.


Mark was able to share his production book from the shoot with us. The cover of which can be seen HERE and HERE

In this episode Mark mentions the production book turntable layout sketch and this can be seen HERE


Mark's website can be found at www.markgerard.com


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Original photography by Guzman and used with permission.


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