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Henri Cartier-Bresson is one of my personal heroes, so when I discovered this 18-minute video of him talking about his photographic philosophies, I was hooked. There should be more videos like this. Or maybe there shouldn’t, because I would literally never stop watching them.
Shot outside Sakura-Con. Day One. More to come.
My roommate inspired me to make this. Blame him.
Spotted this in a church in Seattle’s International District.
Made this in honor of my favorite SNL cast member, Bill Hader.
Related: Check out Hader’s amazing Alan Alda impression.
I had a little to much extra time on my hands so I started messing around on Photoshop. This is the result.
Hot off the presses (or at least Final Cut)! Check out this video I made for the good people at the Refugee Resettlement Office. This is the first of a series of videos that will highlight and promote the people and the services that make the RRO such a wonderful resource to immigrants, asylees, and refugees who are relocating to the Seattle area. The first video features Wafa, an Egyptian refugee who received a micro-loan from RRO that helped him open his restaurant. Stay tuned, as we are scheduled to start shooting future installments for this project shortly.