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I love Jeremy’s poster for this month’s PANIC! and I think a lot of other people did too as it was stolen off the walls of Beauty Bar a couple of times. Here’s some of the rest of the photos from the night. I enjoyed my set and love that people danced to the new SULK tune “Flowers”. I’m all about playing new music and bringing in new artists into our sets.
I shot some new photos recently with my 35mm Kodak VR35 film camera. My friend Keith dubbed it the Darth Vader camera because it kinda looks like Darth Vader. I spent some time walking in the Loop the other night and documenting the demolition of the house across the street from me. I would guess that the 2 flat house was around 100 years old. I felt I had to take photos of it’s final hours. There’s a timelapse video in the works as well, but that’s for another post. For now, let’s enjoy the rest of the photos.
Have you ever seen the video that plays before a movie that tells you to text the word “dream” to a number? Sprint does that so you can see what your phone dreams while you turn it off during the movie. When I saw G.I. Joe: Retaliation last week, I did that and the video above is what I saw.
I had to allow Sprint to access my Facebook profile so it could take my photos and random information. I also made the post visible only to myself so that it wouldn’t post to my timeline. Apparently, my T-Mobile phone dreams in sci-fi endless tunnel motion graphics from 1999, with badass sound design. Below is the original video from Sprint.
This is a new video I just finished last night. I love making short, quick experimental videos like this and I really like how this one turned out. The light leaks come from a technique called “lens whacking” where you detach the lens and hold it in front of the camera. It’s nice to try different stuff and when it works out just right, I’m happy.
Yesterday I had the honor of having a video projected onto the walls of a gallery inside the Museum of Contemporary Art. The video was a collaboration with my friend Vernon McCombs called Tycodoki Six. The Glitch Art 0P3NR3P0 Share Fest was part of the Internet Superheroes series at the MCA. Above is some video I shot of the various artists work being projected on the walls and below is the video I made with Vernon.
Here’s a time-lapse I put together from 1am thru 5:30pm of yesterday’s storm. This is the view from my living room window. Some early morning frames were cut because nothing happened while it was still dark out. It seriously looked like a still frame for over 10 seconds. When the sun came out the exposure was too bright so I crossfaded the cut when it was fixed after I woke up. A frame was shot every 15 seconds and sound was recorded on my phone from the TV reports on the storm.
About a month ago I shot photos and video of my friend chef Michael Dean Reynolds’ popup dinner at Leopold, where he is executive chef. He brought in chef Erling Wu-Bower of Avec as the guest chef. The menu included octopus, pork belly, duck, as well as olive oil cakes for dessert.
Check out some of the photos below and stay tuned for the next one at the end of March.