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WINGLESS BIRDS SEEN THROUGH BROKEN PERISCOPES …an original poem by anthony cerreta Shattered dreams mixed with difficult hopes, are wingless birds seen through broken periscopes. As elder, desperate souls scarred them young to bleed deep, it bled impossible dreamers that seek fates to bleed deeper, together. And if two birds of a feather delicately woven […]
I purchased my first pair of direct drive turntables from DNA Studio colleague and good friend, Dj Aske. Two Stanton Str8-30 Direct Drive Turntables sat in my bedroom and began spinning 12″ vinyl records to pass the time between work and networking. I love music and the way I can get lost in it. It […]
“Here it is, the last Monte Carlo match”. Behind the scenes inside my Santa Monica, California bathroom, I attempt to create a cool film effect by filming a miniature toy truck catching on fire. Unfortunately, it didn’t go quite as planned. Check me out as I almost start a fire – Woohoo!
After spending so much time editing video to music I started to pick up music production. Quite ironic since my film mentorship actually started as a music editing mentorship before deciding quickly that I’d rather learn film. One of the last thing I remember my instructor telling me was how “they’re both the same”… A […]
As an encore to its phenomenally successful series Carmen Electras Aerobic Striptease, which has sold over 600,000 copies in a dozen languages worldwide,
After a year in the Entertainment Industry, I began working full-time for DNA Studio.
I felt like the years of late night video editing while listening to electronica were really starting to pay off when I figured out how to edit video to go to any music that you’re listening to. In this experimental video, I’ve used a proprietary pattern of multiple elements that essentially allows this music marketing […]
Three different versions of concepts for a “New Years Eve in New York” documentary. Shot with a hand-held Panasonic DV camcorder and edited with Sony Vegas editing software. Build your own custom video playlist at embedr.com