I like music and I often carry a camera. Below are some examples of my music-related videos.
Sleeping Planet performs Olympia, WA by Rancid at High Dive in Seattle, 2015. Sleeping Planet on Facebook
Video footage of Seattle band The Sourmash Stevedores shot by HappyAwesome.com and mixed with classic old archival films that are in the public domain. www.SourmashStevedores.com
Another Perfect Crime plays their song "7%" at The Crocodile Cafe in Seattle. Summer 2014. www.AnotherPerfectCrime.com
Seattle-area band Another Perfect Crime has perpetrated another caper. Their latest music video is certainly the crime of the century. Youth Beware! www.AnotherPerfectCrime.com
Ruby has a science secret. Her brother Theo and their friend Orzo are the only ones who know that she has been creating a scientific experiment in their hidden fort. She is creating a team of lovable, one-eyed creatures called The BioBots. But someone is spying on Ruby and The BioBots. Who is this mysterious Dr. 8? Why is he trying to steal a BioBot? Find out what happens when our heroes discover Dr. 8's top secret laboratory. This interactive picture book contains illustrations, music and moving eyeballs! www.TheBioBots.com
Sleeping Planet plays their song, "Sleeping Planet" live at High Dive in Seattle. Sleeping Planet on Facebook
Fun with the public domain. Goodnight Irene is a 20th century American folk standard popularized by such musicians as The Weavers and Lead Belly. The video clips are from Archive.org which provides free, public domain video footage such as school filmstrips, government training films and vintage TV advertising. Performed here by Ray Taylor and Todd Tibbetts.
Children's music video with clay and dolls and a creepy vibe. Created by Pixel Farmer Studios in Seattle, WA.