I am not going to write a description.
I mean it this time, you will no longer bamboozle me into pouring my heart out to you over the internet via description box. Instead, my next literary endeavor will be publishing a full length novella about scurvy and its impact on my close circle of friends. When I get rich off my book's royalties, I will run away to Greenland to establish a company. This company will keep track of everyone who retweets compliments about themselves. I will take this list, record the names down with quill and parchment, roll it into scrolls and bury them in an unknown location (in my backyard by the old oak tree). And we can pretend this never happened.
In all seriousness here is a video of my good friend Larkin Poynton and I. We were both in town and decided to choreograph and shoot this video in one day. Thanks to Lucas Cooper who helped us out as we were filming, and thanks to Cameron Hobbs and Charlie Dando for letting us use "The Be Life" studio. We had a great time doing this and we hope you enjoy it!
P.S. that means "post script"
Song: Give Me One Reason
Artist: Tracy Chapman
Choreography: Chris Martin & Larkin Poynton
Dancers from left to right: Larkin, Chris, Larkin, Chris
Filmed & Edited by: Larkin Poynton
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