TED X Promotional Video for an independently organized TED event held at Wake Forest University
Grammy Award winning producer, DJ, college lecturer, and social activist 9th Wonder visits Wake Forest University to promote his new film The Hip Hop Fellow, by Kenneth Price. Sponsored by the Wake Forest University Office of Multicultural Affairs
May 1, 2015 505 Baity Rd Winston-Salem, NC Video and Sculpture Installation Exhibit wsnc Piece by Kristi Chan and Sean Wilkinson 3 channel projection with sculptural elements from found objects
I stumbled into Earthbound Arts one Sunday afternoon before brunch looking for a story in downtownWinston-Salem. There I met Gordon Jones, the store's entrepreneurial co-owner and craftsman, whograciously shared his story with me and my camera.
Presented as 2-channel projection.
Update: April, 2014. Gordon was selected for a Purchase Award and was acquisitioned into the Wake Forest University Student Art Collection.
Here's an interview about the film, featured on START Gallery's Local Color blog.
A just for fun video I made from a trip to the Galapagos Islands
On August 15,, 2013, Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa announced plans to abandon the Yasuni-ITT conservation initiative,which would have protected Yasuni National Park, one of the most biodiverse areas of the world, from oil exploitation. The Yasuni is the ancestral territory of the indigenous Huaorani people, as well as the home to at least two more uncontacted tribes, one-third of the world´s reptiles, one-third of the Amazon´s bird species diversity, over 100,000 species of insects, and many more endangered and endemic species An overwhelming majority of the Ecuadorean population are against this decision, and in the following week, protests broke out all over the country One week later
August 22, 2013
Plaza de Independencia, Quito, Ecuador
Shot on Canon Rebel T3i
Dancer: Anita Ostrovsky
Runner: Lauren Martinez
My first segue into the video realm. Shot and edited in February 2013