@CrashZone2 Thanks a lot for the comments dear Angie. I like a lot this surprising artist, painter, singer, songwriter, video conceptor and many other talents. She is completely different than lot of other artists and this video is really fantastic.
To answer your words I can tell than the music videos are done in collaboration with her husband Thor Freudenthal (Percy Jackson Sea of Monsters, Arrow, Flash, Quantico); but also with Ryan McCoy (VFX for Birdman, Cosmos, 300, Life of Pi, X Men Last Stand).
The wonderful bodypaintings are by Michael Rosner, and a number of other incredibly talented artists.
Chapters 1 & 2 from -The Everything Nothing- graphic novel are from Vietnamese Award Winning Artist Nguyen Thanh Phong. Overseeing the concept design and art direction is Matt Gaser (Star Wars: Clone Wars, Green Lantern: Animated, Fantastical).
All that makes a very nice world and open the dreamdoors.. ahaha and If you want to see or know more .. look to this link : https://www.patreon.com/iameveami
Have a great week end ! Bizzz...)
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You want to much more know about Tiff RANDOL - IamEve and by her tracks :
Labels : Gotchu Free Records (Indie), The Universe
iTunes : http://bit.ly/TheEverythingNothingIT
Bandcamp : http://bit.ly/TheEverythingNothingBC
Under the moniker -IAMEVE- Tiffany spins a web of hypnotic melodies, haunting lyrics, and unique instrumentation that immediately captivates listeners, taking them to an imaginative and mesmerizing musical journey. She explores the idea of metamorphosis, taking us from self-destruction to self-love expressed by various experimental sounds to alternative synth-pop.
Her track -Temptress- was the first song from Act2 of IAMEVE's unreleased three-act concept album titled -The Everything Nothing-. Throughout the album, Eve journeys through Metropolis-Orwellian inspired worlds, as she simultaneously steps into her feminine power and searches for her one true love : Starman. IAMEVE's tale begins with the 2016 release of -Starman-, a mesmerizing video short where two soulmates are reunited in a multi-dimensional plane of existence. -Starman- is part of a sci-fantasy transmedia fairy tale called -The Everything Nothing-, about creation, fractured identity, and transcending physical form.
A story by : Tiff Randol - Directed by: Thor Freudenthal (her husband) - Starring : IAMEVE as herself, Starman : Keon Alexander - Producer: Jason Benesh.
Editing is by Eve Ami. Visit this channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHzt6PI3mhfXnXMaKGG0_A
Tiffany Randol is also a nice painter as she explains : - Colors are my silent passion. I see the world in very vivid colors and little pieces that create the whole, which is what I try to capture in my work. Since my day to day work is music, painting is my creative meditation. It’s a sacred place for me to quietly release energy using wild colors and feelings on paper- : http://www.redbubble.com/fr/people/trandol
Tiffany Randol, a.k.a. Tiff RANDOL or IAMEVE, was born a 6 november (may be 1988/90 ?) in New York...
Tiffany Randol, a.k.a. Tiff RANDOL or IAMEVE, was born a 6 november (may be 1988/90 ?) in New York (USA). She is a visual artist, singer, songwriter and producer in the Indie Pop, Alternative, Synth Pop, and Electronic genres. She was schooled in classical, jazz, and pop studies with reknowned vocal and compositional teachers. She has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with many incredible performers including Ween, The Samples, Philip Glass, Gerry Leonard, DJ Spooky, Ronnie Spector, Moby, John Flansbergh (They Might be Giants), Michael Cerveris (Assassins), Matt Caws(Nada Surf), Sean Altman(Rockapella), Patti Rothberg to name a few...
She started her carreer and know a real success as frontwoman, singer and songwriter of the band Valeze (from French word Valise/luggage). It was a Brooklyn based band known for their attitude and ability to create an underground scene in NY with their CIRCUS PARTY. Valeze's EP -Go Go Go!- was produced by Nic Hard (Bravery, Aberdeen City, The Church). They performed on Good Day NY, Fox TV’s Fearless Music, the prestigious GBH party at Hiro Ballroom, and toured the Northeast, West Coast, and Canada.
Tiffany's musical musings began around age 3. She was already being influenced by an assortment of artists on Motown 45s, as she says about her early years and life -I was a wild child, running around naked at 4 AM every night blasting records on my Fisher-Price record player- ! ...Got my feet when playing rock-n-roll in New York with my band of many years-. We played a lot of fantastic shows, ran around in caution tape, etc... and had a blast... While I was having the time of my life, I wasn't satisfied. I felt trapped and decided I wanted to go solo. Then I created -Kiss me kiss me- in 2008- !
Moving from New York to Los Angeles in 2009, she created a collection of songs, videos and art entitled -Polyamorous- (2010), which focuses on desire, temptation, freedom, being honest, and her experiences of love & loss. The success wheel was launched...
Then, Tiff Randol has released a number of albums and has been featured on Royal Pains, ABC's The Lying Game, Degrassi, also profiled in LA Weekl, etc... She has shared the stage with Moby, Semi Precious Weapons, Matt Caws of Nada Surf, DJ Spooky, and has over 100 TV/film placements. Tiff Randol has married Thor Freudenthal (Movie director) on 12 October 2013.
Under the moniker -IAMEVEAMI- Tiffany spins a web of hypnotic melodies, haunting lyrics, and unique instrumentation that immediately captivates listeners, taking them to an imaginative and mesmerizing musical journey. She explores the idea of metamorphosis, taking us from self-destruction to self-love expressed by various experimental sounds to alternative synth-pop.