For those not from the northern portions of the U.S., here’s what a 50 minute commute looks like condensed via timelapse down to one minute, driving in a blizzard that made the roads pretty slick.
Shot with a GoPro mounted on the dashboard, processed and color corrected in Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro CC.
Music: “Sonata No. 06 in F Major, Op. 10 No. 2 – III. Presto” by Daniel Veesey (http://www.musopen.com/info.php?class=performer&id=44)
I recently had to switch from Bluehost to some other form of hosting service due to the site getting hacked and having some malicious code causing the site to be blocked, etc. Not cool all around. Made the switch to wordpress.com for hosting, and other than a few things I simply don’t understand about how the web works (I’m not code guru by any stretch), the process has been pretty awesome. Pretty amazing help from the support people at WordPress, they were ridiculously fast and friendly at getting on the chat and answering questions. Very impressed!
The young scientists are making rock candy today. Hopefully it turns out
Never very good at publishing anything consistently to this space on my site, but here it is. Another update.
It’s been a busy fall season so far. Video projects have continued, some wrapped up, some getting prolonged, all a new and fun set of challenges. I continue to feel fortunate and blessed that I have a career that offers variety and the ability to work doing what I love, whether producing media or teaching that skill to others.
Kind of a tough one at the annual fathers day weekend up north this year. Jim’s absence is pretty intense.