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Resilience is Sari’s middle name. She’s a creative artist adapting to life during the ongoing COVID pandemic, which has brought live performance and touting to a standstill. Before the pandemic kicked in 2020, Sari would’ve been setting out on her new headline tour ‘Live in Europe’, visiting most of Europe including several shows with Robin Trower. This would have been her most extensive tour to date.
During the past year, Sari has honed her new craft, shooting and editing vivid, evocative pieces, such as her much-viewed, haunting ‘Ordinary Life’ video, where she captured striking scenes of life in The Big Apple under the first lockdown and social isolation in New York, and also reminded us to be grateful for everyday experiences that we may have taken for granted.
With her latest video — for ‘Turn the Radio On’ — Sari shows how far her creative visual skills have come, and what can be achieved these days with quality consumer media tools, like a smartphone, laptop, and editing software. Oh, and vision, commitment, and one hell of a song!
Time-lapse shots of clouds racing across the New York skyline mingle with stylish compositions, creative shooting angles, lens flares, and more. Horses race along a beach: a car drives up a winding open road, and like memories, these images stream across Sari’s piano as she plays. And Sari sings, with trademark gusto, energy, and abandon, on a New York rooftop.