As you will gather from the title, this video is about Stanley Taylor Winston Heidi. Thanks Heidi, I hope you like it. Play.
I’m very happy to announce that a video I made for Hopper Video has been selected for “After Effects” – Part 1 of the Washington Project for the Arts\Corcoran’s Experimental Media Series. The video, called “To Do” will be shown at the Corcoran School of Art’s Armand Hammer Auditorium on April 30 at 7 pm. The show was curated by Kathryn Cornelius. If you’re in or near Washington, D.C. please come out!
Here is the press release for the show.
Here are the artists in the show –
Here is a promo I put together for the show.
For those of you that don’t know, Lo-Fi Saint Louis is a really terrific vlog out of, you guessed it, Saint Louis. LoFiStL features videos of live rock bands and short documentaries about artists. Last month Bill Streeter, the guru of LoFiStL, executed a great collaborative project designed to expose the LoFiStL audience to other vloggers. Bill played a rerun of one of his old shows each day of February and invited other vloggers to make a short introduction for each rerun. Attached is my intro (including the very cool video I introduce — a short documentary about an influential graphic artist named Art Chantry).
Like most of the creative games I’ve been involved with over the years, Bill’s game paid unexpected rewards. Not only did it expose Hopper Video to new viewers, the video I ended up making for Bill is something I’m proud of, and is something I would have never thought to make without the “limitation” of trying to make an intro somewhat relevant to the Art Chantry Movie. Finally, a big thanks to Maribeth Egan, my wonderful wife, who did the very impressive Photoshop work needed for the big “money shot” of the intro. Play – NOTE, this is a big file by Hopper Video standards.
Happy New Season! Play.
Here it is, the concluding chapter in the Route 40 saga. In this episode we dare to pull back the cover on the dark criminal secrets that lurk underneath the seedy, paint chipped veneer of Route 40. Proceed with caution.
Happy March 17. Play.