If you are a major fan of Justin Bieber, then odds are you probably know who Ryan Butler is. The longtime friend of the 17-year old singer back from his days living in Stratford, Ontario has developed quite a talent in the audio / visual world, and he is now also showing off some of his directing talents.
In a new press release, it has been announced that Butler’s newest project — a music video from Stratford act Brittlestar’s “Gotta Stop Falling in Love” — has entered at #27 on the iTunes music video charts. In doing so, Butler has become the youngest director on record to have a music video so high on the charts. The video itself is focused largely on a man who struggles when it comes to falling in love — often choosing out of misfortune people who are wrong for him.
Butler himself had this to say about working on the video:
“Videography is my passion. I love to do it! This video just shows the amount of work I put into them.”
If you want to pick up the video, all you have to do is head on over to this link. You can also check out a separate documentary done by Butler about Brittlestar’s Stewart Reynolds below.