Archive for February 2012

Time Lapses…cont.

Tuesday afternoon I decided that I haven’t had enough. The Time-Lapse bug has bitten me and its venom surge through my blood (over dramatic?).  It might be an addiction y’all! So I combined Monday’s  time-lapse (over looking the Westside Highway and Hudson River) with another time-lapse from my friend’s terrace, which over looks uptown 8th avenue.

Cry Music Video Preview

So two weekends ago we started shooting Cry (Cry by Frankie available on iTunes and Amazon) the music video. Our partner, Erwin, who works with Recovery House , a ministry based out of Union City and the ministry that produced this track, has started posting the preview on their Facebook page (search Recovery House on FB

NYC (Riverside Time-lapse)

So yesterday I wanted to do something creative I haven’t done since the summer…TIME-LAPSE…(also Peter did one last week I went out yesterday evening heading to this bridge on Riverside Drive in NYC to do a time-lapse of the sunset, too bad I was a little late, but then I saw something beautiful still. We often don’t

Night Sky Time Lapse

I never seem to give myself time to do TimeLapse work – it always seems like there is never a moment to do it. Well, last night while prepping our new site, I had decided I would give it a try. I was a little terrified setting up my camera, by itself, outside….but I prayed

Success!!! (personal email sent to Peter from Orlando)

Preface: So I was feeling pretty bad about myself. Feeling I would never hit success… but realized I needed to firs find out what success meant. The following is how that came about: Peter, So I’m going to paint a picture here for you last night. Remember when we were in the subway and we were

Project Stay Gold PT2

So early last year, ViewHigher had the honor of creating a short web “intro” video for Project Stay Gold - a number of months after, they reached out again, with more ideas. They had been creating some ideas for an online video curriculum, three different videos that would expose some different aspects, of the Modern Day