Posts Tagged ‘video’

Happy Holidays / Santa Has a Drone

Another year has gone in a blink of an eye.  Thank you to everyone who is reading this.  You’ve made 2016 so memorable for me.  I’ll leave you with an interesting video by filmmaker Casey Neistat who dressed up in a Santa suit and used a large drone (made up of many smaller drones) to […]


Collide – Synaesthetic Art Installation / Onformative

Collide – digital art installation from onformative on Vimeo. Collide is a synaesthetic art installation by the creative team Onformative.  Collide was created to be an immersive experience of sound, motion and colour.  With a 54-channel sound system the user can get lost and submerge themselves in a sea of sound.  The 62-foot long digital ribbon […]


Happy Holidays & All the Best for 2016!

My how time flies; one day you are reading WordPress for Dummies, trying to start your first blog website and then five years later you are writing your 194th blog entry.  I want to wish everyone a very Happy Holidays and all the best for 2016! Instead of a picture, this year I thought I […]


Babel Death Star / Online Screening

Babel Death Star is a short film based on the poem by Kirk Ramdath.  Babel Death Star appears in Kirk’s book, Love in a Handful of Dust published by Frontenac House.  Filmed on location at historic Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump and other locations in southern Alberta.  The score is Mistake (Davide Rossi Re-Work – Instrumental) by Moby. […]


Babel Death Star / A Short Film

Sign up for my newsletter to be the first to watch the release of Babel Death Star on Wednesday March 5th, 2014.  Babel Death Star is a short film project that I did with nationally acclaimed Canadian poet Kirk Ramdath.  Kirk is also the Publisher and Editor in Chief of Wax Poetry and Art Magazine. […]


What Inspires You? Pt. 3

In the past I’ve written a few posts asking the question, “what inspires you?”  It’s been quite awhile since I did an inspiration post so once I saw this video on YouTube of Ken Block doing his 5th installment of his Gymkhana series I was, let’s just say, QUITE inspired. Now granted, a race car […]


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