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04 Jan 2012 wrap up

I’ve fallen down on the job of keeping the world up to date on projects and things for the end of 2012.
Let’s recap:
-Did a short informational video for Wonderful Life Foundation based out of Nashville

-Shot a short EPK for LA BACHMAN which we will release this month (teaser)

-Spent a long tiring month helping out on the set of THE IDENTICAL a new movie that shot in Nashville

All in all 2012 wrapped up as one of the better years to date.

Bring on 2013!

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17 Sep Steadfast and True Yoga

Check out these beautiful videos that I had the pleasure of making, with my own steadfast and true camera operator Chris Durai, for Steadfast and True Yoga studio in Edgehill Village, Nashville TN. These videos are an example of Acro yoga (short for Acrobatic), which is basically the most amazing thing you’ll see this side of Cirque De Sole, and it will totally change everything you think you know about yoga.

www.steadfastandtrueyoga.com

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23 May The Devil made me do it

The new video for Randy Reed and His Problems is up on the website and getting a lot of attention. Randy and I didn’t want to make a predictable music video of kids being rowdy in a bar. We knew, from our first meeting, that we wanted to make sure there was a “twist” of some kind.
This video embodies one of my favorite things about making music videos, which is the deeply collaborative process of being creative with my own voice as well as highlighting the artist, his or her voice, and the creative ideas that he or she brings to the table. It can be tricky sometimes but Randy and I worked really well together and had fun from beginning to end. I think together we created a video that works perfectly with the song, while bringing in something new and unexpected.

Hope it is as much fun to watch as it was to make.

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22 May Midnight In MT music video

You guys remember Bearfoot, the incredibly talented band for which I did a music video last year, that made it all the way to CMT? Well they are back with a vengeance. While on the road, driving through Montana, equiped with nothing but their talent and a Flip Camera, they shot a music video for their fantastic song Midnight In Montana. The song has been stuck in my head for weeks since I edited their homemovie-style footage into this video for them. It turned out to be really fun and shows a lot of the band’s personality. Check it out below.

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08 May Randy Reed Music Video

In April a handful of foolhardy drunks and good friends (with Craig Hill behind the camera) gathered together at Chagos Cantina to shoot a music video for Randy Reed and His Problems. We called in a lot of favors and made a lot of messes but by 4am we were all proud of what we had accomplished.  That is those of us who weren’t too intoxicated to remember the evening, felt proud of it.

I am knee deep in editing this bizarre video now.  It’s a little bit country, a little bit dirty and it has a twist ending.  That’s all I can say.  The video will be up soon, until then here is a little tease, to the upcoming video for “I Don’t Give A Big Fat Flying F#@%$”.


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18 Apr Meet Kat

Meet Katherine Armstrong.  She is the subject of my newest film endeavor and my first ever documentary.  Last night Chris Durai, trusty DP/camera operator, and I traveled out to Old Hickory, Tennessee, to Kat’s lovely home, for our first shoot.

I am moved by Kat’s story and her willingness to share it with me, as well as allowing me to share it with the world.  It leaves me humbled by the responsibility and I strive to be up to the challenge.

More details on this unnamed project to come.

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06 Apr Nashville Scene

 

If it wasn’t already clear that the Sarabeth Geoghegan video for “Kids In The City” was making a buzz around town, here’s a little bit more proof.  Local what’s-going-on-in-town rag, Nashville Scene, mentioned the video in their online music blog, Nashville Cream, naming it the “Fresh Vid”.

Check it out here.

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06 Apr 1000 views

Sarabeth and I posted her video on April 1st. It is now a mere 5 days later and we’ve hit the 1000 views mark. This is just proof that Sarabeth has a ton of friends and even more fans. It is always nice to know that something you made is actually getting an audience.  Keep watching and we’ll keep making things to see.

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01 Apr Sarabeth Geoghegan’s music video

Trying to describe this music video, for Sarabeth Geoghegan’s song Kids In The City, is like trying to recall and retell a dream you’ve had.  Most of the pieces are there but the logic gets lost and eventually the tale tends to devolve into an outrageous list of surprises. Needless to say, this is a dream I wouldn’t mind reoccurring.

Here are a few hints to the hallucination:

Check out the full video here.

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