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Published on July 18, 2013

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Music video directors

What is one?  They are the director of a music video. The directors job is to make the music video, artistic, dramatic and highlight aspects where the music can be amplified accordingly to the narrative. They can include models, dancers and actors.  MTV began to list directors with the artist, song and record company credits which reflect that music videos have increasingly stronger  Some of the biggest directors include Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze, and F. Gary Gray, who have gone on to direct feature films, continuing a trend that begun earlier with other directors such as Lasse Hallström and David Fincher.  One of the most expensive video of all time was directed by Mark Romanek: Michael and Janet Jackson's "Scream" in1995, which cost $7 million to produce.  Melina Matsoukas said that "A good video has the right visuals, a well conceptualised story and should be exciting and elicit reaction."

Samuel Bayer  Samuel David Bayer was born on the 17th February 1965 and is an American visual artist, cinematographer, commercial music video and film director.  He has been responsible for some of he most greatest and memorable music videos throughout the years, Nirvana’s “Smells like teen spirit”.  As well as Nirvana and Blind Melon, he has also shot and directed videos for The Rolling Stones, Green Day, Smashing Pumpkins, The Strokes, Marilyn Manson and Justin Timberlake.  Bayer has won 5 MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS, which include the best direction in 2005 and 2007. .

 Nirvana – "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (1991)  Ozzy Osbourne – "Mama, I'm Coming Home" (1991)  Iron Maiden – "Wasting Love" (1992)  Blind Melon – "Tones of Home" (1992)  Blind Melon – "No Rain" (1992)  The Ramones – "Poison Heart" (1992)  Suicidal Tendencies – "Nobody Hears" (1992)  Public Image Ltd. – "Covered" (1992)  The Wonderstuff – "On the Ropes" (1992)  John Lee Hooker – "This Is Hip" (1992)  The Jesus and Mary Chain – "Far Out & Gone" (1992)  The Jesus and Mary Chain – "Almost Gold" (1992)  Robbie Robertson – "Go Back to Your Woods" (1992)  Grayson Hugh – "Soul Cat Girl" (1992)  Pat Benatar – "Somebody's Baby" (1993)  Melissa Etheridge – "Come to My Window" (1993)  Candlebox – "You" (1993)  Rush – "Stick It Out" (1993)  Buffalo Tom – "I'm Allowed" (1993)  The Charlatans – "I Don't Want to See the Sights" (1993)  The Charlatans – "Weirdo" (1993)  NOFX – "Bob" (1993)  Sybil Vane – "Pixy" (1994)  Corrosion of Conformity – "Albatross" (1994)  Cracker – "Nothing to Believe In" (1994)  The Devlins – "Someone to Talk To" (1994)  Melissa Etheridge – "If I Wanted To" (1994)  Fishbone – "Unyielding Conditioning" (1994)  Fishbone – "Servitude" (1994)  Tears for Fears – "Elemental" (1994)  Blind Melon – "Change" (1994)  Toad the Wet Sprocket – "Fall Down" (1994)  The Cranberries – "Zombie" (1994)  Hole – "Doll Parts" (1994)  Eve's Plum – "Die Like Someone" (1994)  The Offspring – "Gotta Get Away" (1994)  Collective Soul – "Breathe" (1995)  All – "Million Bucks" (1995)  The Cult – "Star" (1995)  The Cranberries – "Ode to My Family" (1995)  The Cranberries – "I Can't Be With You" (1995)  The The – "I Saw the Light" (1995)  Garbage – "Vow" (1995)  The Smashing Pumpkins – "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" (1995)  David Bowie – "The Hearts Filthy Lesson" (1995)  David Bowie – "Strangers When We Meet" (1995) Sheryl Crow – "Home" (1996) Garbage – "Only Happy When It Rains" (1996) Garbage – "Stupid Girl" (1996) Metallica – "Until It Sleeps" (1996) Afghan Whigs – "Honky's Ladder" (1996) John Mellencamp – "Just Another Day" (1996) Cracker – "I Hate My Generation" (1996) The Rolling Stones – "Anybody Seen My Baby?" (1997) LL Cool J – "Father" (1997) The Rolling Stones – "Saint of Me" (1998) Sheryl Crow – "My Favorite Mistake" (1998) John Mellencamp – "Your Life Is Now" (1998) Everlast – "Ends" (1999) Marilyn Manson – "Coma White" (1999) Marilyn Manson – "Rock Is Dead" (1999) Natalie Imbruglia – "Identify" (1999) Robbie Williams – "Angels" (1999) Lenny Kravitz – "Black Velveteen" (2000) Marilyn Manson – "Disposable Teens" (2000) Blink-182 – "Stay Together for the Kids" (2001) Aerosmith – "Sunshine" (2001) Lenny Kravitz – "Dig In" (2001) Papa Roach – "Time and Time Again" (2002) Good Charlotte – "Hold On" (uncredited) (2003) Green Day – "American Idiot" (2004) Green Day – "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" (2004) Green Day – "Holiday" (2005) Green Day – "Wake Me Up When September Ends" (2005) Green Day – "Jesus of Suburbia" (2005) Green Day – Bullet in a Bible (live concert DVD) (2005) The Strokes – "Heart in a Cage" (2006) The Strokes – "You Only Live Once" (2006) My Chemical Romance – "Welcome to the Black Parade" (2006) My Chemical Romance – "Famous Last Words" (2006) Justin Timberlake – "What Goes Around... Comes Around" (2007) Good Charlotte – "Keep Your Hands off My Girl" (2007) Green Day – "Working Class Hero" (2007) Maroon 5 – Wiz Khalifa – "Payphone" (2012) Green Day – "Oh Love" (2012) Green Day – "Kill the DJ" (2012)

Awards  1991 MTV Music Video Award - Best Alternative Video - Nirvana: Smells Like Teen Spirit  1996 MTV Music Video Award - Best Rock Video - Metallica: Until It Sleeps  2005 MTV Music Video Award - Video of The Year - Green Day: Boulevard of Broken Dreams  2005 MTV Music Video Award - Best Direction in a Video - Green Day: Boulevard of Broken Dreams  2005 MTV Music Video Award - Best Cinematography - Green Day: Boulevard of Broken Dreams  2005 MVPA Awards - Best Rock Video of the Year - Green Day: Boulevard of Broken Dreams  2005 Kodak - Salute to Music Video Cinematography - Green Day: Boulevard of Broken Dreams  2005 Kodak Lifetime Achievement Award - Excellence in Cinematography - Music Video[11]  2006 MVPA Awards - Lifetime Achievement Award  2006 MuchMusic Video Award - Best International Video Group - Green Day: Wake Me Up When September Ends  2007 MuchMusic Video Award - Best International Video Group - My Chemical Romance: Welcome to the Black Parade  2007 MTV Music Video Award - Best Direction - Justin Timberlake: What Goes Around…Comes Around

Shane Drake  Shane Drake spent most of his time working as an editor and cinematographer with bands like; Poison the Well, Deftones, Thursday and many more. He now spends all of his time directing, from 2006 Drake has directed more than 50 music videos and co=produced three films also. He even owns Red Van Pictures, a Los Angeles-based production company.

Awards  2006 - MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year for Panic! at the Disco's "I Write Sins Not Tragedies".  2007 - Nominated for the MTV Monster Single of the Year for his video for Timbaland's "The Way I Are".  2008- Nominated for MTV Video Music Award for Best Direction and MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Video with Panic! at the Disco's "Nine in the Afternoon" and MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video with Paramore's "Crushcrushcrush" and also Fall Out Boy's cover of "Beat It".  2009 - Nominated for the MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video for his video for Paramore's "Decode" from the Twilight film soundtrack album.  2012 - nominated for MTV Video Music Award for Best Video with a Message for Kelly Clarkson's "Dark Side".

 2004  Fall Out Boy - "Saturday"  Hawthorne Heights - "Ohio Is For Lovers"  mewithoutYou - "January 1979"  Silverstein - "Smashed Into Pieces"  Number One Gun - "The Starting Line"  2005  Paramore - "Pressure"  My American Heart - "The Process"  Blindside - "Fell In Love With The Game"  Trivium - "A Gunshot to the Head of Trepidation"  Still Remains - "The Worst Is Yet To Come"  The Audition - "You've Made Us Conscious"  June - "Patrick"  Between The Buried And Me- "Alaska"  2006  Showbread - "Oh! Emetophobia!"  Mewithoutyou - "Nice And Blue (Part 2)"  Gia Farrell - "Hit Me Up"  Trick Daddy feat. Chamillionaire - "Bet That"  Head Automatica - "Lying Through Your Teeth"  Less Than Jake -"The Rest Of My Life"  Gym Class Heroes - "The Queen And I"  Paramore - "Emergency"  An Angle - "Green Water"  Moneen - "If Tragedy's Appealing, Then Disaster's An Addiction"  Needtobreathe - "You Are Here"  Panic! at the Disco - "But It's Better If You Do"  Panic! at the Disco - "I Write Sins Not Tragedies"  Jonezetta - "Get Ready (Hot Machete)" 2007 The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - "False Pretense" Paramore - "Misery Business" The Almost - "Southern Weather" The Rocket Summer - "So Much Love" Say Anything - "Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too" The Almost - "Say This Sooner" The Higher - "Insurance?" The Cheetah Girls "So This Is Love" New Years Day - "I Was Right" Timbaland ft. D.O.E and Keri Hilson - "The Way I Are" Angels & Airwaves - "Everything's Magic" The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - "Your Guardian Angel" Paramore - "crushcrushcrush" Plain White T's - "Our Time Now" Paul Van Dyk - "Let Go" 2008 Panic! at the Disco - "Nine in the Afternoon" Forever the Sickest Kids - "Whoa Oh! (Me vs. Everyone)" Fall Out Boy featuring John Mayer - "Beat It" Flo Rida ft. will.i.am - "In The Ayer" Shwayze - "Corona & Lime" Plain White T's starring Tiffany Dupont - "Natural Disaster" Paramore - "Decode" 2009 Madina Lake - "Never Take Us Alive" Flo Rida ft Wynter Gordon - "Sugar" Darius Rucker - "History in the Making" The Almost - "Lonely Wheel" The Almost - "Hands" Honor Society - "Over You"

 2010  Laura Bell Bundy - "Giddy On Up"  Papa Roach - "Kick in the Teeth"  Panic! At The Disco - "The Ballad of Mona Lisa"  Panic! At The Disco - "The Overture"  2011  Avril Lavigne - "Smile"  Panic! At the Disco - "Ready to Go (Get Me Out of My Mind)"  Brantley Gilbert - "Country Must Be Country Wide"  Paramore - "Monster"  Dappy - No Regrets  Scotty McCreery - "I Love You This Big"  Justin Moore - "Bait a Hook"  Kelly Clarkson - "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)"  2012  Daughtry - "Outta My Head"  Kelly Clarkson - "Dark Side"  Three Days Grace - "Chalk Outline"  Little Big Town - "Tornado"[2]  Brantley Gilbert - "More Than Miles"  L.P. - "Into the Wild"[3]  2013  Lawson - "Learn to Love Again"  Tegan and Sara - "I Was A Fool"  Tim McGraw feat. Taylor Swift and Keith Urban- "Highway Don't Care"  The Wanted - "Walks Like Rihanna"  Avril Lavigne - "Here's To Never Growing Up"

Tyler, The Creator  Tyler Gregory Okonma was born March 6, 1991, also known by his stage name Tyler, The Creator, is an American rapper and record producer.  He rose as the leader and co-founder of the alternative hip hop Odd Future, and has rapped and produced for songs for nearly every Odd Future release.  Okonma creates all the artwork for the groups release and is also the designer of his clothing merchandise.  He is currently signed to Sony Music Entertainment, and his own record label, Odd Future Records.

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