The video gallery contains some old and crude examples of my early work.
It appears the YouTube embed code is down for some strange reason, so you won't be able to view my famous "Turkey vs. Peacock" video here - see it here instead - on which I have slowed down the frame rate to so you can see the wings movement better. I've also synched it up with the perfect song, a classic by the Turtles. Warner Music Group gave me a hard time about this video and had the music removed from it on YouTube at one point but I fought back. I'll post what I wrote to defend my use of the song soon.
took various clips of flooding creeks, streams, small
waterfalls, storms, mud and more, which was merged together
to create "Conflict in Media 2". A combination
of rainy and flooded events to the tune of "flood" from
Tool's undertow album. Only my second effort
at video work, it was one of my favorites.
third example is arranged with media from a vacation
I took to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. While on the
trip, I never thought the photo and video would develop
into this, nor so quickly, as I completed this project
before the vacation had ended. I added two pieces of
music and then added the photo and video footage, which
coincides with the song lyrics.
of a project I did for the Bayou
Bandits, this is video of the song "Allons Danse" recorded
live on 4/10/04. Two cameras were used, one capturing
the constant audio and a steady head on view of the stage
area. The second was in my hand as gathered footage from
other vantage points. The resulting video and the others
below are all streaming media on the Bayou
is a project I originally began for neighborhoodfilms.com
featuring Satori Farm Spiritual Retreat, which was be
an ongoing series. However, neighborhoodfilms.com never
once responded to any of my inquiries. This project still
developed into what is a precursor to something far more
refined that is an upcoming project of mine in the works.
with the neighborhoodfilms.com project, this is episode
2 featuring Satori Farm Spiritual Retreat. 2 more episodes
actually are finished, but have yet to be posted anywhere,
largely due to the fact that this project has evolved
into something that will be based on the same principles,
i.e., nature, surrealism, and tranquility.
Not to be reduntant or anything, but the current trend in social media marketing has forced me to give in and create a Facebook fan page for ~piscean ♓ delusions, which is below, as well the box above to actually "like" or "recommend" the actual ~piscean ♓ delusions website.