Here’s an update on my capstone project!
I shot (a whole bunch of ) photos last night so I could edit them in to a video piece. I also just received my new intervalometer yesterday, so I was dying to try it out. Music credit in this vide: the super-badass band The Octopus Project.
I am about to start my final semester in my grad school program at UT Dallas (emerging media master’s degree program), and part of this final semester is to make a capstone project. I’m going to produce a documentary (video) piece about creative culture, and the “bubble” between professional people and their serious side projects. …
Holy cah-moley. After a refreshing set from Miniature Tigers and a trance-inducing beats-fest from Prefuse 73, Neon Indian took the stage at Granada Theater. This was my second time to see Neon Indian play, and I enjoyed it even more than the first. I look forward to seeing more projects coming from this band. Videos …
Erin and I shot this piece a few weeks ago, and I finally wrapped up the edit over the weekend.We are happy to help out Joslyn with her raising foodies project and help her to create new content!
Here’s some video I shot while on last weekend’s road trip to Marfa, Texas.
The group Miike Snow (don’t be confused by the singular name that represents the entire group) dazzled at Granada Theater on Monday, June 7, 2010. I was blown away at the energy of the crowd. It felt like a giant dance party. Here’s some video I shot at the event. Shot on a Canon 7D …
I took my camera on last weekend’s trip to North Carolina. I shot some photos at the wedding we attended – you know – something to do! Half-way through the evening, I decided to shoot some video. So this projects combines photo and video together.
Here’s another weekend project. Bud is selling his 1969 Stingray 427. Please contact me if you’re interested and I’ll pass the info along to him! I’m still learning how to shoot video on the 7D – each project gets a little bit better than the last.
My friend Willie Baronet organized a second flash mob event to raise awareness for the homeless. I had a lot of fun shooting this event. For more information, visit We Are All Homeless.