I was recently interviewed by Contrast Magazine after the release of a music video I worked on, 2000 Seasons. Contrast contributor Riana Stellburg asks several questions regarding my past and present as a live visuals projectionist and I talk about some of my inspirations and upcoming plans.
Entries for Visuals
I was fortunate to have the opportunity to work with SF Bay Area band The Seshen on their latest music video “2000 Seasons.” They recently performed at Hiero Day in Oakland blessing the audience with this track. I was responsible for all of the motion design and animation and utilized some of my newer techniques as a live visualist. Video was directed by The Seshen’s art director, Emalyn Lopez and live footage was filmed/edited by Roxann Reyes.
Around December 2012, Mike Gao and I had talked about a possible collaboration to coincide with his release of Beat World Peace. Unfortunately things didnʻt pan out early on but we reconnected and I was finally able to put something together. Mike provided some footage from his old VHS collection and I took the liberty of tweaking it. What came about was this visual insanity.
This is a quick video recap of my live visual show for Lana Lane Studios at Honolulu Night Market. Thanks to everyone involved and for all the support.
This is a 20-minute segment of my live performance for Lana Lane Studios. The music selection from DJs Oliver Twist and Vezzen were on point that night and inspired me to flow visually with their vibes. All visuals I mixed live were original creations.