Syd and Matt of The Internet brought me on-board to work on their music video for their latest single “GIRL”. It was a fun one day shoot in a green screen studio with the band before I left for Europe…
Check the post-production looks and the final vid in my portfolio.
I’m starting to get used to traveling. I’m nowhere near being a full-blown jetsetter, but I am slowly becoming a monthly regular at LAX. This time around I flew out of the states over to South America to do some production work in Colombia. I know that sounds suspicious, but I give you my word that everything that went down was 100% legal. I was just working the biggest music festival in Colombia, Estereo Picnic.
Even with all the traffic that clogged the streets of Bogota, my driver was kind enough to take the scenic route to the hotel I was staying at. This gave me the opportunity to see a bit more during my short stay in Colombia, since this was one of those work trips where I fly to a country for about 24 hours, then fly back home. Very similar to my trip to Amsterdam
The festival put me up at the new W Bogota Hotel, which opened it’s doors for the first time in 2014. Everything was so fancy and new… and I was just really confused to why I was there. May or may not have also ordered tons of room service due to said confusion…
It was a struggle to leave my baller hotel room, but I had a live set to run for DJ/producer duo, Deep Dish. It was great closing out the festival and doing another successful show with them.
The next day I was headed back to the airport to go home to LA. My driver took the scenic route again.
I thought the hotel was amazing, but I was astonished when I found out I was going to be flying first class back to the states. This is definitely the most fancy work trips I’ve ever been on.
I was invited to chat with my buddies Jason Stewart(Them Jeans) and Nikki Jagerman on their podcast Tall Tales. Had a lot of fun talking EDM, dating, Social media and Snoop! Check it out here.
Nothing gets me more inspired and excited to work than seeing another creative walk through their process of executing a project. Online education site, Lynda.com, challenged creator of Field Notes, Aaron Draplin, to design a logo in 15 minutes. Not only did Aaron design a logo, but he also broke down his workflow and explained it all step-by-step.