Back in September I was given the chance to exhibit at the second Birmingham Vintage Fair as organised by the incredible Rickie Josen. As well as showing off a few of my photographs I also took some more of the event as it unfolded, which can be seen in this post.
Having seen the short promotional film produced by Glacier Films of the inaugural event, I thought it would be a great opportunity to do my own film of this britpop themed event. I decided to base the film around the song ‘Comfort In Food’ by The Nortons who provided the music on the day. This is the result.
The fair once again took place in the fabulous surroundings of the AE Harris buildings in Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter, which is a great venue and is much a part of the character of the fair as the people.
Thanks to all the traders and musicians who made the fair such a success included – Bianco Rosa, Vees, Midlands Face Painting, Creative Open Workshops (COW), Rhinestone Cowgirl, Urban Coffee Co, Birdie Gingham, Dress your Soul, Ears & Whiskers, Grandma Chic, Meeni, Delilah, White Tree Studios, Art Angel Marie Nemeth, Chitty’s Cake Company and The Nortons.
Find out more about Birmingham Vintage Fair on their website -birminghamvintage.co.uk
Music: Comfort In Food by The Nortons – find out more about them and where they are playing via their Facebook page.
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