If you thought I only did video editing, here is a choreography project I did with Luis for SGBM. Its Nothing too serious. I just felt I had to show some of my dancing on this blog because my dance background influences my video editing. Sometimes when you film dance you either make it boring or you make it entertaining. Being a dancer, you know what to put on the screen, you know what parts to show or not to show, you know how to capture performance, and most of all emotion. We can definitely make an entertaining dance, but putting it on screen is a different story.
Anyways, I’m kinda embarrassed with this video, cause i’m not going full out, I mess up, this was a long time ago and the choreo was decent, but I have to show I’m a dancer nonetheless
Sneak Peak: Luis Soto video shoot (SGBM, BOXCUTTUHZ)
Pictured: Devin Pornel, Luis Soto, Robbie Mesina
This is one of the few upcoming projects I’m workin on within the next few months, stay posted
So if your new to the video journals…
I’ve been working on making a concept dance video about “following your dreams” and in the making of putting this together, I wanted to document the process of making the final product through video journals.
this is the second journal entry, and I left you off from the first one with “me making choreography.” This episode focuses on the dancers. Who are they? What motivates them? and what do they want to give for encouragement for others?
So get ready to meet them:
PLEASE WATCH and HEAR what they have to say. I was truly humbled by their words of encouragement, as well as their work ethic. It really made working with them so much easier especially for a video that requires a bit of emotion.
please spread the word, post, reblog, like, favorite, subscribe, or…whatever…
cause I believe this is something the dance community needs just cause it will give a positive message but also empower people who are losing hope. Thanks again. PEACE AND GOD BLESS