Tamara Taggart’s personal and heart-warming account of two separate conversations that eventually became undeniably inter-woven.
My timelapse of flowers opening took 9 months and a vast amount of research led me to discover that nigella damask, lillies, hibiscus, carnations, orchids, dandelions, lilies, daisies, astroemeria and peonies are relatively fast opening flowers.
With unprecedented room to experiment and access to so many different viewers, Psy and others show us that music videos have found a new calling on the Internet – a postmodern medium that lends itself so easily to cheeky, self-reflexive, ironic content. Enter the funny, satirical music video.
This is a story of people who don’t fear Earth’s sharpest elements, but rather have established profound connections with these wild landscapes through athleticism and artistry.
In anticipation of “Weird Al” Yankovic’s new album ‘Mandatory Fun’ scheduled for release on July 15, we take a look back at the history and rise of the iconic style of satirical comedy music videos. Part one of two.
After many meetings & conversations with customers at the gallery, I felt it was important to show with a series of short films the way I create “in the camera” my fine art photography.
This week’s video talks about the biggest lesson I learned while writing Dreamlander and why I probably shouldn’t have had to learn it.
This week’s video reveals the varied layers of conflict we can choose to include in our stories—and why we want as many of those layers as possible.
In 1962, a young boy anxiously watches the tension escalate between Russia and the United States during the Cuban missile crisis, and has his fears brought into frightening clarity.
This week’s video discusses a few ways to dig down to the sympathetic core of even the most uncooperative characters.