Tony Zhou’s excellent film series returns with a new video essay on Marvel music and why it’s so forgettable. Good stuff as always.
This is just a quick video that Liz and I put together of our summer trip to Banff and Jasper up in the Canadian Wilderness. It was filmed on the Centriphone rig with a GoPro Hero 4.
More Every Frame a Painting goodness. This has easily become one of my favorite youtube channels in the past year. Continually great stuff from Tony Zhou.
This is just a quick montage I put together from footage I’ve shot in the past year while wandering the world.
This superb video travelogue from filmmaker Vincent Urban is a wonderful example of why Japan is at the top of my list for places to visit next. As the video shows, Japan is such a vibrant country in a diversity of ways. The dichotomy, pitting old traditions against eccentric sub cultures, produces a unique and spirited cultural landscape. One that I hope to visit soon. Plus, I mean, they have the Ghibli Museum and crazy robot shows, so that alone would be worth the trip.
This is the end of the year GoProing With Friends montage I put together every year with my friend Joe. It highlights a lot of the random activities we do throughout the year including sliding down volcanoes, trampoline dodgeball, tomato fights, snow tubing, roller coasters, the World Cup, Super Bowl parades and a little bit of Vegas. Thanks to everyone who contributed, especially Joe’s cousin Alex for cutting most of it. Always fun to do every year.
This was how I spent my 2013 GoProing with friends. Happy New Year everyone. Hope 2014 is a great one for all.
This is too cool not to post and it’s space related, so here is footage of Felix Baumgartner’s descent from space on his record setting dive. Pretty epic.
Although I think my generation records and documents way too much of their lives, I too must confess that I like recording random things I do with a GoPro. These are some of the random things I did this summer along with some good friends. I enjoyed summer thoroughly.
A cool stop motion video from the people at Type bookstore in Toronto illustrating the joy of holding a physical book in your hand.