Posts Tagged ‘chronic vibe’
I really can’t describe my experiences down in the Caribbean. I am loss for words, my mind is at ease and I have my camera on my hand. Cayman Islands is amazing!
I would like to congratulate Galen and Neil on their special day. This was my first out of the country wedding shoot yet. The music was made by Ben Hud of Beneficial Entertainment. When I heard this song during Galen and Neil’s dance, I got this crazy chill bumps. And I thought, this is THE perfect song! I loved it!
Before I left for the island, I have been working on this music video for Chronic Vibe. It took me 6 weeks to complete the first chorus. The fact that I haven’t use After Effects for ages, I have given myself a deadline to finish the piece by Fall. Here’s a quick teaser.
Last week, Lin and I filmed a live acoustic music video for The Shrugs and they performed the song called, Sweet Redemption. The video was for the PEAK Performance Project 2011. They may be my favourite local band.
Chronic Vibe set up their first video donation at the Media Club
Ms. Bullock on post
Quite a show last night after almost 2 years on hiatus from the stage, Chronic Vibe definitely set the vibe at the Media Club. They’re one of the opening performance for The Shrugs.
My ears are still ringing…
Last month, Chronic Vibe and I did a photo shoot. Some were taken in Newport Drive and some were in Port Moody.
This were my picks out of 139 photos that we did that day. I am hoping that someday they will use one of the images as their album cover.
Editing has been keeping me busy lately. Currently working on the Cayman Island videos under Sun Screen Videos; I’ve also edited segments for Local Anxiety‘s Ask Santa; Chronic Vibe and I are currently developing our next music video shoot. Busy, busy, busy and I am lovin’ it! Also, the music video we shot back in April is out now. Check it out! “Knew I Was Right”
Last weekend, I went home for my granny’s 80th birthday. My trip was short and sweet. It seems that my trips back home has been getting shorter and shorter. It’s not because I don’t like to be home. It just feels like I don’t have a purpose to stay longer besides spending time with my family. All of my friends have moved away and the Rockies still look the same.