This was my entry to the Bjork Innocence music video competition. Shot by Carl Fuermann with the assistance of Geneva Bailey in front of a homemade green screen. I worked a little bit of my liquid crystal magic into the mix.
I'm asked. It's not that I don't want to. It's not that I don't care. I do. I think about blogging. I've just been working day and night on a new video project. More details later. While I enjoy working on my films and videos, you know you have a problem when the last time you remember bathing, it was for a shot you needed:
And now, a series of behind-the-scenes candids shot by my talented neighbor, Geneva (who is working on a story with NPR about a time capsule car that she helped bury in 1957- it will be unearthed on the 15th of June):
Gratuitous action shot. Please note that none of this has anything to do with "real" Kung-Fu, which would be an embarrassment to the entire art form! I was just looking for "shapes" in front of the blue screen.
I do apologize that all of this came up in the middle of an epic tale- there are more hot springs antics to share...
In the meantime, here is a great blog to read:
(Many thanks to Sam for sending this link to me.)
But this one is really cool! This is one that I actually hope I win and have no reservations about entering. Bjork's new album, Volta, comes out next week. I'm excited for a variety of reasons. The first reason is that I always look forward to a new Bjork album. She is one of my favorite musicians. The second reason is that I have front row, center tickets to her concert at Red Rocks. The third reason is that she is hosting a music video contest for one of her songs: Innocence! Apparently, she will hand pick the winner. If I had to imagine a musical counterpart to my visual rhythms, Bjork would be at the top of my list! Here's hoping she might feel the same way...