Check out my latest collabo with Livestream and the Times Square Alliance.
Since 2oo2, Times Square has been hosting a giant, all-day, free outdoor yoga festival on the summer solstice as a counterpoint to the New Years celebrations that take place 10 days after the winter solstice. This year, 16,000 people pre-registered for five different classes. I feel quite fortunate to have been involved, even if it was just editing together all the footage. Though I have to say, there’s nothing like sitting in a darkened room, hunched over a computer, editing 15 hours of yoga classes to make you feel like a knotted snarl of linguine that was left in the pot over night.
Big thanks to Aradhna for supplying the music.
It was an honor to produce this video for a wonderful social service organization based in Kingston, NY. Click to watch and find out how they help all kinds of people overcome their challenges and live fulfilling lives.
Special thanks to David McNamara of Collective NY Productions for use of the Epic RED camera and his skilled lensing.
I love the Future Bible Heroes. (As a matter of fact, I’m quite fond of all Stephin Merritt’s musical endeavors.) So I was pleased as punch when Merge Records recently asked me to hang out with Mr. Merritt and his heroic collaborators (on my birthday, no less) to help introduce their latest endeavors to the world. This video is the result.
I just made this video for the Times Square Alliance about a new initiative that introduces solar powered trash compactors and recycling bins to Times Square. If people use them, the city will install these massive receptacles all over town.
Following some recent wanderings, my friend Madeline asked me to write an article for her excellent travel blog, Gypsy Atlas. This week she’s been posting the results in segmented fashion. Click HERE to read all (or something) about Left Coast Zen.
Just worked with Livestream and Maison Martin Margiela to bring out the next Autumn/Winter line by video.
That’s me behind the main camera and edit.
Reading the city
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I’m blogging about this piece in the Times for others and so that I can go back and follow up on all the books mentioned. It’s a collection of works from this past year on the subject of cities and how we live in them. Also, of note, from last year, was David Byrne’s Bicycle Diaries, in which the author/musician muses on various cities as he tours them by bike.