This is the third (technically fourth) Malarchy video. It came about almost by accident. A bunch of us old people were jibber jabbering about the kids and their “streaming” and so I started “streaming” my journey up the stairs outside the William Carlos Williams Center where my friend works with the intention of using it for… something. It wasn’t until I looked up archival footage of William Carlos Williams himself, that the whole thing clicked.
I made a GTAV Machinima of LDR’s amazing song 13Beaches. It was popular but had to relocate 😉 I found a way to share it with you all again. To see it just click on the play button in the box below and please leave me a comment to tell me it worked for you. Enjoy!
The cosplay music video I shot for model, entrepreneur, and friend of The Inu, YuffieBunny is live! In it she portrays C. Viper from the popular Street Fighter series. Go check out the epicness for yourself!
Despite starting an hour behind schedule and being denied permission to shoot at the bar, the shoot went swimmingly and gave me a chance to have some good, silly fun with a lot of super talented ladies including, Midori, who I hadn’t seen in forever. I shot this using a Canon 5D with three different lenses including a fish eye. Hilariously, I just tied the lens bags to my super thin belt and prayed my belt loops would hold up (they did!) I looked like I was wearing some avant garde high fashion skirt-lette.
Couldn’t have asked for better naturally diffused lighting for the outdoor stuff, just gorgeous conditions. This means I only had to do very minimal post correction to the video, mostly adjusting levels when moving from a full in tight to a wide with the slower lenses. I also shot some safety stuff on my Sony NX5u which I mostly used for behind the scenes type shots.
History is repeating, like, literally. Not only do I, once more, have a new web show but it’s the same web show I was doing at This Is Infamous, with a fresh coat of paint, a new name Everyone’s a Critic, a promise between director, Shawn Stutler and I to maintain a higher standard and deliver a consistent product and it’s also a partnership with Stan Lee’s World of Heroes. ExcelsiorOOOOOOAR!
To say that I’m excited doesn’t come close to describing my uncontainable feelings. We launched the first teaser for the new show on Tuesday and so far the response has been incredible. I am just overjoyed that over 100 people, over about 24 hours, have thought our content was worthy of a yay or nay. I’m, frankly, ecstatic that about 20% of those were thumbs down. I’d rather be divisive than safe, boring or pandering. Of course, ideally, those thumbs downs will tune in to watch anyway but who knows.
It feels so good to be back in front of the camera again, and although I’m a bit rusty, it feels like a comfortable pair of kicks. I’m so glad to be able to share my adventures again with my Inu-tachi, your numbers withered though they may be. I probably should tumble or snap this chat but I’m just a sucker for an old fashioned wall-o-text blog. So expect in the future for this to be the place to read up on my adventures.
Thank you for reading and please check out the first full episode on May 26th.
I purged my music again to try and kickstart some new emotions and moods and break from old habits and limiting choices. Sort of the Utau-Inu equivalent of a New Year’s Resolution. My first find of 2015 is French singer Camille who is so much weirder than “La Festin,” the swoon-worthy theme to Ratatouille that I had previously known her for, would have you believe. Below is my favorite song, “Cats and Dogs” from her album MUSIC HOLE, which makes me think of the glut of pet related Facebook updates in the most delightfully condescending way.
Promise me you’ll watch at least until 2:00 in when things get amaze-in-your-face.
Those who know me. Intimately. Savagely. Know that I always have a trippy poem in my lint-filled pocket that I often threaten to unleash on society at large. Today I make those idle threats move and release a video poem I call: Fish Head, Cold Pan.