Monday, January 01, 2007

January 1, 2007

A beautiful day in the Richmond. Shot out of our back window, anomalous swimming pool in foreground. May 2007 bring peace and sanity to a world in need of each.

Sunday, December 31, 2006

Clarinet Concerto

Devin Queen gives the clarinet concerto of the season. Now we are spoiled, clarinets have never sounded so clarinety. Patty Smith would be jealous.

Saturday, August 26, 2006

McDonalds Giving Away 42 Million Hummers with Happy Meals

You can't make this stuff up.

Make them a sign and send them a letter.

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

New Social Media Video Stock Site Goes Live

This site is really interesting. Sign up, shoot and upload some interesting footage and see what people are interested in.
In the few-chure, this is how we are going to be getting all of our stock.

View My Portfolio

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

The Qube Chix Reunite

They share pomme frites.

Friday, June 02, 2006

Richard O'Connell on ITVS

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Richard O'Connell, associate director of production at ITVS, tells us why he believes that ITVS is important. Richard Saiz, Director of Photography. Recorded at ITVS in San Francisco on May 31, 2006.
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This was an experiment that came out of a presentation I gave to some of the ITVS production staff. I was on the final day of a 10 day juice fast and was a bit delirious, especially when my computer froze at the beginning of the presentation with all of my applications and videos open and ready to present. Here are the links of sites that I showed or we discussed:


Cellphones vs. Computers Info Source

Future Devices

Video Publishing Sites

My Sample VLOG and Personal Prop

New Platform Film Festivals

Examples of Commercial Cellphone Video

Source for Broadband Penetration in U.S. Data

Early and Odd Corporate Video Produced by eMotion studios

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Excerpt of Leave My Child Alone Video Posted

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Excerpt of full 11 minute video at:
Cindy Sheehan (mother of a soldier slain in Iraq), Jim Massey (ex-Marine recruiter) and others reveal the true impact of No Child Left Behind's military recruitment in our high schools. With no end in sight to the increasingly lethal American occupation in Iraq, this is the single-most important film for concerned parents and citizens to see. Watch the 11-minute film and then take action to "opt our kids out" at Created by Mainstreet Moms and Working Assets.