A few years ago I started writing and recording music for my son Jude when he was 4 months old. I decided to start making videos for those songs. Here is the first one called “J is for Jude (The Alphabet Song)”. It features my friend Sean’s illustrations which he calls “Simplevision”. Enjoy!
Game of Thrones has finally concluded. 73 episodes. One of the great things about the show was the intro. And sometimes the intro would change based on the kingdoms featured in the episode. I decided to compile every single on of them into a grid. YouTube tried blocking this with the theme music so sadly you’ll have to watch it in silence. But enjoy the music at the end by my friend “Local Teen” who helped out with this. Be sure to check out his music links below!
I’m about to finish Netflix’s Russian Doll and before I do I wanted to share something really fun that I observed in every episode. You will not be able to unsee this. I’m trying to keep this as spoiler-free as possible so the descriptions are vague.
I noticed throughout the episodes that Nadia’s character is usually bathed in a wash of red light or the space behind her is glowing red. Many times in cinematography this is used to signify ‘bad’, ‘evil’ or ‘hell’. Most other main characters in the story will be bathed in blue or green light – is this ‘good’?. And in other select scenes, yellow or daylight (if you watch the show you can make an assumption here what this might be). Have a look at these scenes I have captured in sequence in the first 7 episodes.
What happens when you let anyone in the world control robots with their phones? Well I wanted to find out so I teamed up with my friends at Twilio to find out. We ended up with these two robotic arms programmed to respond to the following SMS commands: forward,left,right,back,down,up
If a viewer texted one of these commands to the number corresponding to the bot then the bot would move a step in that direction. We mounted small 3D cut circular blades to the bots “hands” so they could pop the balloons. And it worked!
Special thanks to Mark Kleback for the programming.
Some behind the scenes pics below.
Although you can see the Sony FS7 set up here the actual live ended up on a Canon C100.