Posts tagged video
Posts tagged video
New video for work. I enjoyed this project because I got to recycle an old song that I had written and use the instrumental for the video. Rarely do I have such complete control and input over a project.
Odds are, if you’ve seen a Disney cartoon or even been to the movies or know anything about art, you know something about an arsenal tech artist. This is a video about a new exhibition at the Harrison Center City Gallery, celebrating Arsenal Tech’s 100 year legacy of contribution to the arts.
No matter what gets thrown at you, create, inspire and stop at nothing.
I really enjoy the simple…
“Bay-beh, bay-beh, bay-beh!”
This guy is the japanese Trent Reznor…if Trent Reznor knew how to have any fun.
Great idea, a compelling and expressive faux stop-motion style that transforms the song into a true performance piece.
It reminds me of a video I shot for a friend.
How I would I insPIRATE it?
This week’s dalliances* (in chronological order):
dalliance* = the deliberate act of delaying and playing instead of working.
1. Windows & Mirrors (First Friday Video)
Last night, Ryan and I got together to edit a story we’d shot back in April, using some of Ryan’s Sugar Pets and a birthday cake his mother baked.
Watch the trailer: Cake (Trailer) or click the image above.
I think I’m in love lust with that seersucker jacket.
Enjoy this video from Mullen Boston for Barnes And Noble. Simple, evocative copy, executed lushly.
It’s the stuff my CD dreams are made of.
CD: David Weist
When it’s a long form ad:
This guy caught my eye for all the right reasons. I’m a big fan of long form ads, especially the kind that don’t look like ads.
It’s not a risk per se, but I’ve wanted to add video to MYOA for a while. The only problem was that I didn’t know how.
But inspired by my visual comm professor and a recent project where I worked with a local film crew, I decided to give it a shot.
So, next Thursday, you’ll get to see the first “How Do You MYOA” video, featuring friend/collaborator, local musician and storyteller Ryan Shepherd.
Here’s to ignoring warnings whole-heartedly, pushing your limits and taking more risks.