Hey! You may recall that last year, I had the pleasure of reviewing OK GO in concert at Terminal 5! I was really impressed by their incredible technical acumen, and how they paired it with their sound.
Well, their new video is totally incredible. You absolutely must see it!
I hope you all had fantastic 4th of July!
Firing a Brown Bess Musket on Independence Day!
I hope your week went well. I had a great one! And I’m working on something photographic I can’t wait to share with you once it’s ready to go!
In the meantime, in honor of Friday, here are some cool videos and songs I wanted to share with you:
I think this video is really fun!
I just watched this video from the excellent Youtube Channel The Art of Photography posted by Photographer Stephen Thorley on the Google + Film and Analogue Photography Community. If you have the chance, check the group out. I just joined up and it has nice, active users. Also check out the videos on The Art of Photography Youtube Channel when you can.
Hey dutiful readers! Thanks to everyone who’s been subscribing to the blog, much appreciated (for real!).
Here’s some new music I thought you’d like to check out. See what you think!
Champs – “Vamala”
Hey y’all! And thanks to all the new people who have been subscribing, I really appreciate your readership!
I thought I’d share these three new analog, 1980s-inspired music videos with you. It’s new music too. It’s crazy how the the ’80s VHS look is so hot right now. But I think it’s cool in our super-digital-clarity world. Thanks to my peoples over at PIAS and BBGUN Press and for the heads up!
STEALING SHEEP – NOT REAL (okay, maybe not ’80s looking, but definitely Retro!)
While I’ve read some of Alan Moore’s classic comic book work (i.e. Swamp Thing and Watchmen), I’ve never heard him speak. But recently I thought, ‘what the heck, he may be interesting?’ and I watched “The Mindscape of Alan Moore”. I came away inspired!
Happy Presidents’ Day!
As I begin to write, I’ve been thinking about how to create an edgy, compelling style and found myself thinking about the following movies. I like their pacing, style and unique outlook. I hope I can learn from them:
A New Idea for a YouTube Comedy Web Series!
Thanks to encouragement from my girlfriend this past week, I was inspired and started thinking about directing a new youtube comedy web series! It’s still nascent (I dig that word) but the idea really started gaining velocity!