This week we had a cool opportunity at Mashable to set up a Facebook Live interview with Joel Zimmerman (aka deadmau5). As a fan of Zimmerman’s I decided I wanted to turn this into something special so I contacted my friends at Looking Glass Factory and they brought over 18 of their glorious 8x8x8 L3D cubes. We stacked them up in the background and let them do their thing – a total of over 9,000 multi-colored LED lights!
I also wanted to do a little something special for Joel’s skype monitor so I cut out some large foamcore mouse ears and lined the edges with laser wire which is one of my new favorite things to use for set design. Unlike EL (electroluminescent) wire it is VERY easy to work with. Here’s a still from the shoot:
And if you’d like to see the entire 6/30/2016 interview you can still watch it here: https://www.facebook.com/mashable/videos/10154242991744705/
The cardboard VR app Joel is plugging in the video is actually pretty cool! You can watch a video and read an article I wrote about it here:
Or just watch this YouTube video:
This is my fourth installment of the “100 Years of Beauty” parody pet series based on the popular Cut Video series. This time we used an adorable adoptable cat who came to us from the kind volunteers at the ASPCA. Enjoy!
Here’s Cut Video’s first in their series:
100 Years of Hamster Beauty
What?!! A Dog video from me??? Yes! Of Course!
We had a few Insta-famous dogs come by. Toast is promoting her new book “ToastHampton: How to Summer in Style” and stopped by for a quick doggie fashion show. I hope you enjoy!