I’m still working out the details of the video clips, but the latest in the slow trickle of uploads should help put you in the Christmas spirit — it’s a seasonal TV ad for the Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville.
“Forest Fire,” a film by three local filmmakers for which I wrote some music, just took second place in two of the three categories at the 2005 Virginia Film Festival‘s Adrenaline Project, a blitzkrieg movie-making competition where the films are all scripted, written, and edited over the course of one weekend.
[Update, 03/01/09: Ian wisely took photos during those sessions, and I’ve taken it upon myself to repost a couple of them here.]
I missed the boat as far as updating this to include the interview with Chapman Stick player Greg Howard which I wrote for KyndMusic, but an email I just got from Big Boss Man Dave gives me a good reason to revisit it: as it turns out, that was their most popular article of the entire summer! We beat out Bonnaroo, the North Mississippi All-Stars (take that, Red Light!) and Victor Wooten, among others.
My fly new net stylings = awesome.
Spending my Saturday nights working on them = less awesome.
The Hook’s annual music issue hits today. Go get it. (Also available in the real world.)