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Three Las Vegas Icosacomposites

Last weekend I took a whirlwind tour of Las Vegas for my mother-in-law’s 75th birthday. I didn’t have much time, but I was able to get footage for three composite video pieces. The first was set up on the footbridge over Spring Mountain Rd connecting the Wynn/Encore complex with The Palazzio. I was interested in

Two More Los Angeles Icosacomposites

Two icosacomposites from LA, hot off the render queue. The first is not terribly recognizable, but it’s an interesting location for me, personally: the building at Hollywood and Cahuenga (the intersection is known as “Raymond Chandler Square”) is suspected to be the model Chandler had in mind for Phillip Marlowe’s office. I also liked the Pacific

Urban Icosacomposite – Hollywood & Vine

While in California for the holidays, I figured, if I’m gonna be thirty miles away from Los Angeles, I might as well head up there to shoot some composite video, right? I managed to shoot five different corners, and this is a preview of one of them: Hollywood and Vine, also known as “Bob Hope

Urban Icosacomposite – The Brooklyn Bridge

Tromping through lower Manhattan finally brought me to the Brooklyn Bridge. It was an interesting experience. If I was a cyclist in NYC I’d probably avoid the Brooklyn Bridge completely. The thousands and thousands of tourists pouring through rarely notice the bike lane signs, and a good proportion of those don’t understand the English phrases,

Urban Icosacomposite – The View from Tick Tock Diner

Here’s the first of the six icosacomposites from my trip to New York, at the corner of 34th Street and 8th Avenue, in front of the Tick Tock Diner. This particular establishment is of note because it is where the bus from Boston drops you off upon arrival. Although there are other corners and more

Urban Icosacomposite: Lunchtime at Faneuil Hall

Another urban icosacomposite, this time of Boston landmark Faneuil Hall. I set up so I’d have a good view of the square in front of Quincy Market, and I was hoping to get the school crowds, the tourists and the people on lunch break. I also got a sketch artist drawing tourists – the cluster