For this video I spent several hours with Kevin in the studio and on location during Art Prize 8. This is just a part for what I hope to become a small series based on all the footage and photographs I captured. In this video Kevin talks about what it means to him to be an Artist and how he is constantly in pursuit of new ideas as well as where he draws his inspiration. You can find out more about his work at http://www.kevinkammeraad.com/
I am acquainted with Kaitlyn through her brothers, Josiah and Joshua. During Art Prize this year, Kaitlyn and Josiah performed on the streets of Grand Rapids as part of the group Native Kin. I’ve recorded a few videos of them in the past, this one being the latest and probably the best quality of what I recorded. In this video Kaitlyn performs “Dance with Me” by Jesus Culture. I added a few scenes of Grand Rapids recorded that same evening.
This summer I had a somewhat obsessive need to create timelapse videos often over a period of 2 to 3 hours. In this video it was near the end of Art Prize 8 and I decided to head down to the Blue Bridge in Downtown Grand Rapids to capture a short time lapse of the cycling lights.
As I was waiting around for the camera to click away at a frame every two seconds I noticed that there was a proposal happening in front of me, so I edited the video to slow it down to around that moment.
I later learned that the newly engaged couple are Alex Saxton and Hannah Van Rees. I met Hannah shortly after with the help of WoodTV8 (7PM Segment Shown Here).
In September of 2015 I was one of the photographers for James and Rowan’s wedding. Rowan O’Dougherty was my professor for a couple years at GRCC.
Unfortunately they did not get a video of the event so as an Anniversary present I compiled this slideshow with the photos I had taken of the wedding along with a small clip a guest had recorded and put it on top of their song “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran.
One of my early timelapse taken over by Millennium Park in Walker, Michigan shortly before Midnight as the moon was rising above the horizon. Originally this video was created in a shorter version at 60 frames per second without music. In this version I slowed the video down to 24 frames per second, and used a small portion of “Sur le chemin de retour” out of the Sora no Woto Original Soundtrack.
An early attempt at getting familiar with the video editing software utilizing video clips I had taken around Kent County. Mostly over by Walker, Michigan or the Ada/Lowell area.
The music used in this video is “Final Day” performed by Jeremy Arndt, a local artist and friend.