I watched Aliens for the first time since I was a kid and one line really stuck out to me. Cut to me up at two in the morning after three beers looking up documentation on how to get Premiere Pro to accept DivX files.
And hey, let’s be honest. Aliens is a little ridiculous for a few reasons:
If there’s one thing that survives into the future, it’s racist Mexican stereotypes from the 1980s.
The entire movie takes place inside of a Laser Tag arena.
Why are synthetics made of milk?
P.S. the answer is that you’re supposed to install a free DivX codec but that didn’t work so I ended up Handbraking the file into h.264 format.
From the people who brought you the last dumbest thing I’ve ever done comes this abomination.
Someone found out that Gangnam Style and the Space Jam theme song match up perfectly, so they mixed the two together. I gave the internet two weeks to create a music video for it, but nobody did. So here we stand.
Made in ~3 hours exclusively in Premiere Pro CS 5.5.
Because I couldn’t think of a better representation of our philanthropy than Jay Z. And just so we’re clear on something: I can’t graphic design to save my life and I’ve never pretended otherwise. I don’t know why I keep embarrassing myself with things like this.
Alley Cats are a form of bicycle races meant to simulate the daily trials of a bicycle messenger. The contestants are given a manifest of pickup and dropoff points and must decide the quickest route and deliver the items in the fastest time possible.
For this particular (Thanksgiving-themed) race, we were given a list of several different grocery stores throughout Los Angeles in which to pick up items for a food drive.
Big thanks to Venice Chill Ride for hosting the race, Daniel Lee for letting me borrow his GoPro, and Daniel Alvarado for dragging me out to this and recording extra footage on his iPhone (He’s the guy you see the most in the video).
For about a year I worked alongside my friends Matt and Josh in this tiny office inside of a production company. Since then, Matt took a job at Bad Robot and Josh began pursuing his career in comedy, and I’m the only one of the three of us still at this company. A week or two ago I was feeling lonely, so I made this: