This is a violin and viola music lesson with Dr. Patrick Murphy.
Alaska Day | Sitka 2013
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If you only have a short time in Sitka, Alaska, I highly suggest taking a FREE walk through Totem Park. It’s an easy 1-mile loop with breathtaking views of a volcano and gorgeous Alaskan landscapes, and you learn about Tlingit and Haida native culture through all the totem poles and informative signs. I also recommend spending some time in the visitor center (also free) where you can learn even more and see totem poles being carved!
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“Smile [Argofox]” by A Himitsu (youtu.be/pJmYTwELY3Q)
Filmed on Monday, May 15, 2017 in on a Canon G7X Mark II.
Canon G7X Mark II: (it’s amazing and basically sees in the dark)
Canon G7X: (the original is almost as good, but less expensive)
Joby Gorillapod: (fantastic versatile bendy tripod – this is the slightly smaller “action” version that’s easier to travel with and comes with a mount for a camera and a gopro)
Macbook Air: (we edit everything on Final Cut Pro on a Macbook Air, which is light and easy to travel with)
External Hard Drive: (the videos are a little too big for the macbook air to handle, so I edit everything off an external hard drive)
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Some behind the scenes footage of tapings.
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Radical Reels Show (September 13, 2010) in Sitka, Alaska with Meagan Stewart and – Program Coordinator, Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour
put on by No Limits
Recorded on September 14, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Young Alaskans Building Affordable Housing – A SAGA program in Sitka for the year 2009. YABAH is a part of the national YouthBuild program. SAGA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve lives, lands, and communities in Alaska through Service Learning. SAGA is based in Juneau, Alaska.
King Salmon fishing 14 miles off Sitka coast.
We worked in Southeast Alaska for a summer driving tour buses. From hiking on glaciers, helicopter rides, whale watching, and dog sledding it was a blast. We loved showing off the last frontier with our passengers and exploring on our days off.
Bishop David’s installation in Sitka
This took place right outside my window on Katlian st in Sitka Alaska around 5:15pm it got passed around so fast on Facebook a cop saw it and went a picked him up and took him into protective custody @ 6:20pm
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In the summer of 2013, I was awarded a fellowship through the Sitka Fellows Program, an artist residency in southeast Alaska. I spent 7 weeks there, following a rigorous course of timed guitar improvisations each day. I also spent a lot of time swimming and listening to raven calls and getting bit by bugs (some bug bites are visible in this video).
This is a recording of one of the early timed improvisations I performed, recorded in the old steam power plant space I took up as my studio (last year, a visual artist built the pristine gallery wall you see in the video). It is a half hour of uninterrupted long music – please enjoy! Great for putting on in the background, especially if you don’t like my butt.
For anyone who is curious, my guitar is tuned like this: Bb – F – Bb – F – C – D
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