I’ve been working with the Wooly Boys (Denny Driscoll & David Bailey) to create a song and music video based on the Longmont Farmers’ Market.
Denny wrote the music, as well as played and sang. David wrote the words, rapped the rap, and went undercover as a carrot and tomato to get the ‘dirt’ on the Farmers Market.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been going to the market on Saturday to film Denny, David, and other fun loving volunteers as we cavort to the Farmers Market Bounty song.
By gosh, by golly!
I produced the song and video using iPad, GarageBand and Adobe After Effects.
For the past several months, I’ve been collaborating with David Bailey and Denny Driscoll to create a song and music video for the FRESH Art to Farm fundraiser.
David is the words man, Denny the music, and I am recording and producing on my iPad with GarageBand.
Shortly after David had written some lyrics, I got together with him and my iPad to record him reciting to a GarageBand backbeat. I took that and added production.
I’ll be posting more of our collaboration in the days ahead.
A print of a friend’s dog, Tarka.
I took a Chester stencil I had used for a montage and reversed it for this mono print.
I worked another mono print from the Chester bandana stencils. This time I hand painted cat themed bandanas.
Another mono print using the stencils I recently cut. This time I used metallic blue for accent.