Alan Watts “I” Original footage is not mine. All post edits/concepts are. Music by: Alexandra Stréliski
DOS SUEÑOS Dos Sueños is a Tucson-based violin and guitar duo established in 2012. Guitarist, Jonathan (Johny) Vargas and violinist, Kaitlyn (Katie) Miller enjoy performing a wide array of musical genres such as classical, latin, tango, as well as their own arrangements of acoustic covers of popular songs. In collaboration, DOS SUEÑOS and I createdContinue reading “DOS SUEÑOS (Music Video)”
Here’s a short clip of a new project I’m working on! Enjoy!
A tribute to the woods. Music by: Air Song: Alone in Kyoto
Namaste. This video explores the idea of an Ego and how one can “unmask the ego.” The narration is by Alan Watts and the original footage is by yours truly. This narration from Alan Watts comes from multiple lectures of his and not just one. If you are interested in knowing which lectures, pleaseContinue reading “Alan Watts- Unmasking the Ego (Video)”
Apache Lake, AZ is gorgeous… Let me prove it to you.
“Make Our Planet Great Again” -President Emmanuel Macron- Audio: https://www.alanwatts.org
I filmed this short video directly after a powerful thunderstorm hit Tucson, AZ. For those who may not know, Tucson recieves annual monsoons from June to September (if were lucky!). Generally the “rivers” of Tucson are bone dry until the monsoon season arrives! Thus, I took the opportunity to film one of the larger “rivers”Continue reading “Rillito River // Monsoon”
GB Drone // Rock Climbing // Mt. Lemmon I filmed this short video of my eldest brother, Eric, and his friends rock climbing in Mt. Lemmon (Tucson, AZ). The song I incorporate into this video is from my middle brother, Kevin. Kevin wrote this song in about 2-3 hours! Please direct message me ifContinue reading “Rock Climbing // Mt. Lemmon Tucson AZ 4K”
GB Drone // Big Sur ~ Seal The Deal “Every moment is a golden one for him/her who has the vision to recognize it as such” – Henry Miller This video presents Big Sur California, one cloudy morning, when my brother and I were returning back to our campsite from the Henry Miller Memorial Library,Continue reading “Seal the Deal”