Monthly Archives: September 2011
James Kim, a photojournalist at USC, created an audio slide show of my performance last Friday night at Mo’s Bar & Grill in Burbank, CA. He followed me around for two hours and interviewed me between sets. The slide show above is the end result of his project.
Anybody that has followed my blog for any length of time knows that I’m a huge proponent of using video to tell your story. Whether it’s the story of who you are and what you do, or the story of information that you want to impart on others, video can be much more compelling than reading text alone. In the past I’ve also said that video is more compelling than photos. James only shot photos for this project. By integrating audio and presenting it within the context of a slide show, I believe he was able to tell his story in a way that… Continue reading