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Aspiring videographer and editor from Melbourne
with a strong passion for the screen and the music scene.
People are Sheep

After 8 months, a law suit threat, a re shoot, many hours of editing, and a shit load of beer, the boys from Inedia finally have a music video.

Since the complications with the initial video shot back in February, the guys got in contact with me early September and proposed that we gave it another shot. So I got my good mate Michael Hudson on board, and within a week, we planned out the new video and shot it one afternoon. Equipped with my new Canon 5D mark II and a rig I built the night before, we managed to get some great stuff.

Many thanks goes to the band for all their support, and my director. A special no thanks to my former director for being a psychotic, immature headache.

Available in full HD for all your viewing pleasure!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbXebW7ooP8&feature

(November 03, 2011)
grrjamie:

Wait, there is a page on the internet dedicated to 8 & 16bit title screens found here ? Thats pretty neat! (found via nerdist)

grrjamie:

Wait, there is a page on the internet dedicated to 8 & 16bit title screens found here ? Thats pretty neat! (found via nerdist)

"post a picture of yourself" - Anonymous

I have a picture of myself in my avatar, I think that is good enough, I don’t really like posting pictures.

encountered some randoms the other night whilst out drinking with mates. one of the girls wanted to get a photo with my friend’s spongebob beanie, so i took the photo on my phone and she added me the following night. here’s what i sent back to her.

encountered some randoms the other night whilst out drinking with mates. one of the girls wanted to get a photo with my friend’s spongebob beanie, so i took the photo on my phone and she added me the following night. here’s what i sent back to her.

kirstenlepore:

karenabad:

Basically, you attach the receiver to the paper, sketchbook, whatever, then draw. You can create new layers at the press of a button. When you’re ready, you connect the receiver to a computer via USB and upload the files to Wacom’s Sketch Manager software, which transcodes them to whichever file format you need. The system is pressure sensitive, with 1024 levels of sensitivity—as good as Wacom’s last-generation pro input tablets


HOLY CRAP!  They’ve done it!

Oh magic doodling pen, where were you when I was in high school?

kirstenlepore:

karenabad:

Basically, you attach the receiver to the paper, sketchbook, whatever, then draw. You can create new layers at the press of a button. When you’re ready, you connect the receiver to a computer via USB and upload the files to Wacom’s Sketch Manager software, which transcodes them to whichever file format you need. The system is pressure sensitive, with 1024 levels of sensitivity—as good as Wacom’s last-generation pro input tablets

HOLY CRAP!  They’ve done it!

Oh magic doodling pen, where were you when I was in high school?

oldfolksarcadefireperu:

Said your name in an empty room.

oldfolksarcadefireperu:

Said your name in an empty room.

THIS TOWN, A FOREST: Tim's Departure »

thistownaforest:

I would like to state first off and most importantly:
That me leaving the band has nothing to do with me losing faith in the band’s potential or that I have any problems with any of the members in the band.
I’m going to miss seeing these guys every week, and sharing these awesome moments with…

3630 Festival on the Tube

Uploading some videos from the 3630 Festival, Shepparton’s very own music festival which shook the Goulburn Valley on March 13th. Check out the channel and enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/user/3630Festival

(June 06, 2011)

Walked 10 km last night. I might take it easy today.

(May 30, 2011)
why i hate facebook. issue #3

Community, doesn’t ‘just happen’ people.

(May 28, 2011)
TOMORROW!

TOMORROW!

All I ever do.

All I ever do.