The Steadicam Operator Behind 'Happy' Talks Grueling Work Behind Making a 24-Hour Music Video

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The below short documentary explains the grueling work that Steadicam operator Jon Beatti had to do to create Pharrell Williams' 24-hour music video for "Happy." The cameraman walked 7 miles a day, for ten days, almost all of it backwards, to get the shots.

Watch below. And if you've got a whole day to spare, you can catch the "24 Hours of Happy" playlist below that too.



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