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a crack in your ear through which sound surreptitiously slips, or an illicit substance which gives your ears immense pleasure while enslaving them to a crippling addiction

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

portraits of russia

I recently worked on another web feature for Time, called Portraits of Russia. Photographers Jason Eskenazi and Valeri Nistratov traveled to Russia, where they photographed and interviewed random people. For this project, the sound and pictures were combined into a multimedia slideshow.

Sunday, August 20, 2006

see the horses

This video is made from the stuff I shot when I was in Illinois. I made this because I just bought some new video editing software, and I wanted to practice editing video. It stars my friend Becky's daughter, Hannah. Their neighbors have two horses, and she took me to see them.

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

vacation video album

I went to Illinois a couple of weeks ago to visit my family, and I took along my new video camera. Instead of editing it into one long video, I decided to make it more like a photo album. You can click on each of the pictures to see it move. If your computer can handle it, I recommend clicking on all of them really quickly, to get them all going at once...

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

graying of AIDS


I did a little sound editing work for this web feature on Time Magzine's website. It's a photo essay by Katja Heinemann, who also collected audio interviews of the people she photographed. It's pretty interesting, check it out.

More Americans are living with HIV into middle age and beyond, but they are often ignored by doctors and society. Six people share their stories about surviving with HIV.