The fourth instalment of the dunhill Community series sees the brand's creative director Mark Weston in conversation with composer Moses Boyd and moderator Fenn O’Meally, for a round table discussion about musical influences, the creative process and how Weston and Boyd came to collaborate on the dunhill runway show music. Hailed as one of the UK jazz scene's brightest young stars, Boyd is a drummer, producer and DJ and also runs his own record label, Exodus Records.
The 'Community' project is a look at the lives of men considered to personify the dunhill brand, comparing their contrasting characters and their individual work environments. Previous instalments have featured the likes of poet and previous SHOWstudio panellist James Massiah and art dealer Robin Katz.
'Part Four: The Composer' was recorded as a podcast in the radio studio at Spiritland, a venue dedicated to optimising playing and listening to music. Alongside the audio comes an art visual created by dunhill in collaboration with design agency RF Studio. Connecting coding and interactivity, this subtitled visual is comprised of three distinct abstract waves, which react to each of the voices speaking to create an innovative and experimental moving image.
The podcast and visual are available on dunhill.com, YouTube and Instagram, whilst the conversation can be heard on Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts.