Afrojack - Ten Feet Tall (feat. Wrabel)

Stormtrooper Twerk

"Feet on the Ground" is a music video I worked on about 3 years ago. Taking my Britney fanboy title to a whole new level. 

Obviously not an official Britney video or song, but the lyrics meant a lot to me at the time and I thought it was a great challenge to achieve since I have never filmed or edited a music video before then.

This is my Demo Reel I put together, compiling some of my work through the years.

I’m going to see Britney Spears in April

I impulsively bought tickets (well, I was planning on buying them anyway, but I just bought them prematurely) to Britney’s “Piece of Me” show in Vegas.

She’s my girl. She’s been my girl since I was like 12, so needless to say I’m looking forward to it.

Wasn’t expecting much since she’s been so below-average in recent years, compared to her prime in the early 2000s what with her hairography and arm dancing from her last two tours… but it’s understandable, going through whatever she went through. There are sides of the industry that just kills the joy of living your dreams.

Anyway, I tried not to spoil it by watching people’s videos but I got to see her perform “Break the Ice” and she’s actually dancing - which is a definite PLUS to seeing her show!

"Rescue" is a video I’ve been working on all year — and here is a 15 second teaser!


creativesomething:
If you’re working on things that scare the shit out of you, at least you know you’re doing something creative.

This is always the thing I think about when starting a new project. What excites me? What challenges me? What will it teach me? Most importantly, what scares me about it?
When it comes to taking on something new — the more challenging and the more chances at failing, the more gratifying and knowledgeable it will feel once it has been overcome.
Food for thought. 

creativesomething:

If you’re working on things that scare the shit out of you, at least you know you’re doing something creative.

This is always the thing I think about when starting a new project. What excites me? What challenges me? What will it teach me? Most importantly, what scares me about it?

When it comes to taking on something new — the more challenging and the more chances at failing, the more gratifying and knowledgeable it will feel once it has been overcome.

Food for thought. 

Reblogged from Creative Something

The art of storytelling — Filipino style; in this week’s video.

New video every Monday!

Here’s this week’s video!

Many of the greatest achievements in this world were accomplished by the tired and discouraged who kept going. Live, Love, Dream. Make it happen. Don’t give up.
Unknown (via psych-facts)
Reblogged from Neurolove.me