The newest Nora Jane Struthers + Dycee Wildman music video, for her song LET GO, premiered this week on RollingStone.com! This is a big enough deal on it’s own, but it came along with a fantastic article and they spelled my name correctly. Thank you to everyone involved in this music video and Rolling Stone for supporting independent artists.
Back in September a bunch of the most amazing people in Nashville came out and helped me make an odd little short film, PAPER THIN. Last week we submitted it to Nashville Film Festival. So everyone keep your fingers crossed that it will premiere at the festival in April. More on this later.
Things have been a little slow at the Off With Her Headquarters. So after reading the latest Steven King novel, catching up on the internet, and really considering cleaning the house I decided to put my free time to use.
When I was in college I worked in the editing suits, as 1 of my work-study positions, and there I would while away the hours animating whatever popped into my head, until my shift was done. I have always really enjoyed this medium because it is something I can do without anyone else. Whereas larger productions require exponentially more people and support and scheduling, animation is just me and a computer and that freedom is really nice.
Here are 2 very short animations I made in the last few days to ward off boredom. Teeth searches for enlightenment and Temple is about the process of growing up and becoming one’s true self whatever that may be.
Take a look.
In early spring Chris Durai and I visited Steadfast and True Yoga again (you may remember our acro videos from 2012) to shoot a teaching demonstration for studio owner, Gillian St. Clair. This video is supposed to show Gillie’s teaching style, but in a way it also highlights what’s important and too often overlooked about yoga: the breath. It’s always nice to be reminded to focus on the little things get good at what’s simple and important.
Loved making this video and love taking classes from Gillie. Win win!