Shot and edited this video ad for the store I’m managing in Gunnison. Mel and I acted in and shot the video together, found some royalty free music that the owner was happy to lend his name to, and pieced together in Adobe Premiere.
Made a quick video using the radio jingle and some footage I shot around the store. Edited in Premiere.
My wife shot most of the day, with some help from the family from time to time, edited the whole thing together to one of our favorite songs.
Thanks to the amazing Full Service crew, we were able to experience the 311 cruise in person, and it was something special. I put together this quick video using the photographers site, and was pleased with the results.
We were accepted into Art Outside 2011 with Light Doodler, a bit of a deviation off of LZR with the predominant aspect being user interaction instead of a light show. It turned out working better than expected, we set the wall up and walked away and every time we would walk back we would see…
Visited the Zilker Kite Festival over the weekend, shot a little video, hope Disney doesn’t pull it.
“What was this?” -Jon Stewart I think it[The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear] was one of those great cases of an event where you have literally thousands of people experiencing the same thing at the same time, and everyone will have their own perspective and experience of the event. You could tell as the…
We were accepted to Art Outside this year for our art project LZR. The festival was one of the most positive and enjoyable experiences I’ve ever been to, or been a part of. It was like a festival for artists, by artists and with mostly artists in attendance. Everywhere you look you would see something…
Shot and edited together a short video of our LZR set up at Art Outside this year.
I assisted in the filming and editing of this video with Patrick Morrison and Zac Witte of 4320 Productions. We camped out with the Millenium Disc Golf Crew for the weekend, and spent some time with some serious disc golfers. I found the song on thesixtyone.com, it’s King Tut’s They’re All Just Happening