I Wish I Never

Directed by Shaina Ghuraya

This music video tackles the reality of women with disabilities in abusive relationships.


Credits

Director | Shaina Ghuraya

Director of Photography | Rohil Khatke

1st Assistant Camera | Abhichoke Chandrasen and Rodolfo "Rudy" Salas

Gaffers | Ariel Cantrell, Davy McCall, Ari Bach, and Amber Butler

Production Design | Sufian Abulohom

SFX Makeup | Lida Nasseri, Laria Martinez-Deleon, and Rodolfo "Rudy" Salas

Assistants | Wanthipa Hesly, Michael Steven Hinojosa, Lajonte Seeto-Worley, and Lolang Seeto

Grip | Jack Walterman

Craft Services | Kuljit Ghuraya

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