Tuesday, April 17, 2012

An Heroic and Epic Journey of Profound Historical Importance...

The past few weeks I've been working with my brother on 'season 2' of Lunchy and the Punk...which is of course a series of videos of us playing with his RC trucks and rally cars.

But wait, this isn't just bashing and upgrades, we've decided to tell a story of sorts with them. And, some hasty camerawork aside, I kind of think we're pulling it off.

Check out the Season 2 playlist here.

Friday, March 02, 2012

The Wheelbarrow Films

It occurs to me I never posted the films we did for the San Francisco Seven Day Film Festival. They are seven day films, but...you know...

My Life in Triplicate from Don Cabreana on Vimeo.

Fortune's Fool from Don Cabreana on Vimeo.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

The Illusion of Productivity

First, let me get the fun stuff out of the way.

In the last post you'll notice I've taken to filming me, my brother, and my nephew playing with R/C trucks. Well, we made a bunch of them, all with original music and some even with a kind of story.

You can see the whole series here at my brother's YouTube page. Be sure to check out his actual songs as well. Worth it.

Now that we've dealt with that, on to other projects. I am knee deep in still born projects that never got off the ground. One of the ones that got closest, and I thought was the coolest, was a series of interviews with street performers in San Francisco.

I did actually manage to make a few of those recordings and now, years later, I've decided to put up what I have on the Albatross blog. You can read the full explanation here.
And the first interview is already up, which you can read here.

That should do it for now. So, to recap: Playing with trucks to original music, first link. Street performers, second and third link. Enjoy!

Monday, January 09, 2012

Time Well Spent

This might not even really be blog worthy, but surely that's a low bar.

Anyway, the suggestion to tear up my brother's rear lawn and turn it into R/C dirt track. I gathered my camera (Nikon D3100) and filmed the late afternoon session and my brother grabbed his Flip and got some cool angles for a night time race.