Fiona Kennedy is an exciting singer songwriter who was inspired by the story of the ultra marathon runner Dion Leonard and a brave little dog. Dion was befriended by a little dog who chose to run with him in the Gobi desert. Dion fell in love with the dog and eventually returned with her to the UK and you've guessed it called her 'Gobi'. He has written a book about the adventure called "Finding Gobi".
When Fiona decided to make a music video of her song she obviously didn't have 'Gobi' or even anything like Gobi but she did have her own greatly loved dog Tina. Tina willingly acted as a stand-in for Gobi and performed almost as brilliantly as Fiona.
You know what they say; never work with children or animals! For once they were wrong. We had a lot of fun shooting this video. I'm sure you'll agree Fiona's song is just terrific.
'Gobi' by Fiona Kennedy - rock music video
The video was shot on a tight budget over two days. It was edited in Nashville by David Montuy.
Are you sending Christmas cards this year? As you have probably discovered fewer and fewer Christmas cards are being sent each year. Why is this? Well I suspect it is partly because of social media and partly because between buying the cards, writing them and then the cost of postage they all can end up quite a costly. So when I was asked to create a video Christmas card that would take no time for the client and would be very cost effective and could be shared on social media and in email marketing, I thought what a great idea. So here is one of them...
It is so interesting to explore how video is developing through technology and the tools available with the investment costs dropping all the time. This is a video I made nearly 3 years ago using just a little handicam. and my iPhone.
Sadly Crackpots is no longer with us but the venue is under new management and they are living up to the warm reception and great food of their predecessor. Thank you Carole for many great nights.
This is a recent video for a Fundit campaign to help raise funds for the publication of and photographic book capturing the social history of a funfair in Kinsale, Co Cork.
This is the link to the Fundit page: http://bit.ly/25LnOvM
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This video is one of a series of three we made for DoctoralNet. We also created DVDs of the videos for our client to bring to the US when she was visiting Universities on the west coast so she could leave them with information on her technology.
If you cannot watch the video at this time here is the transcript:
I share some of the video here as we create them for our clients. Obviously it is important that our client likes the work and we make revisions until the client says it is ready (within reason.) That said the client needs to be happy at the script stage ever before the filming starts.