'Uyuni' | Henry Green

Henry shared Uyuni with me early on in production. I instantly fell in love with the track and knew I wanted to create the video for it - this was the first track to be released on his upcoming album 'Familiarity' alongside 'Outside'.

Creating the concept for Uyuni was simple – I knew instantly that I had a vision of how I imagined this video to look. The challenge was creating that vision on a limited budget that did justice to the expansive and euphoric feel of the song.

Collaborating with Hattie Ellis as DoP, Bakani Pick-Up our interpretive dancer, and Cam Sander our colourist, I aimed keep the team small to make production of this video possible.

“Uyuni” celebrates the harmonious connection between the Earth and sky set to a breathtaking backdrop that pays homage to the mirror-like salt flats of Uyuni, Bolivia.

The video showcased Bakani Pick-Up’s interpretive dance, employing thoughtful camera angles and colour schemes to engage viewers, evoking awe and an enhanced appreciation for the convergence of the tangible and intangible, epitomised by the blending of earth and sky.


Creative Director



Editor + VFX

Treatment Summary

In the early dawn, the camera frames water and reflections, introducing interpretive dancer Bakani preparing for his performance in the ‘Familiarity’ costume.

His fluid movements mirror water ripples, symbolizing Earth-sky connection. The Bridge scene shows Bakani’s skyward-reaching gestures, reflecting unity, leading to a water leap reflecting an inner journey.

Amidst climactic music, Bakani’s final pose embodies Earth-sky fusion. Leaping against the vast sky, he becomes one with it. The serene outro focuses on lyrics, ambient sounds, and the expansive location. As Bakani’s presence endures, the video fades, invoking awe for the tangible and intangible bond.