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“This idea is timeless!” is what I’m sure they definitely were thinking.

9 Jul

When I watch this, I get this feeling of sadness, like I just really hope Princess Diana starts showing Prince Charles some affection because he obviously loves her very much and is trying very hard, you know?

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Robyn 4 Prez

2 Jun

I love Robyn so very much! Why isn’t Robyn everywhere? I used to think it was because she’s too “interesting” for the general public, fashion-wise, but after the popularity of Lady GaGa and her ilk, that can’t be true and now the only conclusion I can properly jump to is that people are stupid. Get smart, people! Robyn is very good! So good, in fact, that I am really tossing around the idea of going to her stadium show with Katy Perry, which is something that I would never do normally. This is not to say that I don’t like Katy Perry – I do, she makes hits, DUH! – but also, FACT! Katy Perry’s music is NOT technically “good,” so save your money, wage slaves. Unless Robyn is there. Then maybe don’t.

Let’s not grow up, let’s just go home.

5 May

The video we made for Akron/Family has been released at long last! Huzzah!

A few words on the making of this video:

Months ago, Akron/Family asked my boyfriend, Logan Corcoran, to make a music video for their song “Light Emerges.” They knew he was an experimental filmmaker, and they wanted something colorful, something in the vein of Stan Brakhage. He asked me to collaborate (just like they say, it’s not what but who you know), and we were ecstatic to have the opportunity to work on something that would potentially reach more than our usual fewer than 50-person audience. While we just adore Stan, who created the filmmaking program at our Alma Mater CU Boulder and is justly revered as a god there, we knew we could never replicate his work, nor would we have the time to – a lot of his painted films took ages to produce. We tried for the next best thing, echoing some of the master’s experiments with light by gathering our closest friends, many of them filmmakers and artists themselves, and running around in a park in January with a Super 8 camera. We are terribly proud of how it turned out, and I hope everyone enjoys watching it as much as we enjoyed making it!

Thank you to Joseph Yonker, Christine Souder, Robert DeRoeck, Courtney Fellion, Katherine Peterson, Brian Bell, Patrick Maxwell, and Crystal Stanelle. You are the best cast and crew a girl could ask for!

Duh times twelve!

5 Mar

Par Giorgio:

2 Mar

Via Have You Seen This?!

Get A Grip

28 Feb

 

Finally, a worthy song to go with this dandy of a video.

Into the Hinterland

6 Feb