@ Nairport SeaTac, WA 3/2017

stone trees _ NairportFair Lady_Weep Wave CollageMichete _ NairportAmateur Eyes _ Nairport

  1.  Stone Trees
  2. Weep Wave
  3. Michete
  4. Amateur Eyes

Newest AMV

I knew I had one more in me, I just didn’t know what that one would be. Thankfully I listened to youngster jiji’s Barbarossa EP again, and the featured track actually references my favorite anime, “Akira,” (1988) So I thought I’d do the same as I did with my first AMV.

Because of the more compact and less dynamic tempo of the song, I found it harder to edit the footage to the music more precisely, so I rather made it fit into the chorus, verses, and feature to the story of the film.

Hope you enjoy, and please support the original creators.

@ The Hideout Feb 2017

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Harland Griffin:

Hezza Fezza:

Sir Nicolas:


My first Animated Music Video

Since graduation, I have had a hard time. Feeling uninspired, and ultimately depressed. Over the April Fool’s Day weekend, I was in Seattle for a music show, supporting friends and acquaintances, when the idea of combining this song with footage of the new fifth season.

The new episodes of Samurai Jack have been a mild to moderate obsession since it has managed to tap into this bank of nostalgia that has been part of current trend, but one that I managed to ignore until now.

The song, created by Youngster Jiji is a song that has thematically and theatrically captured my interest and imagination since Halloween last year with the use of dynamic dualism, conflicting emotions, and energy.

The experience took me less than 36 hours, and I gotta say, I’m quite pleased with myself. Back when I was taking an editing class, I had such a rush and excitement in my work, and it felt good to feel that again.

For clairvoyance and transparency, I do not own the materials of said footage, but I strongly support them, and encourage others to do so.