In April, I had the pleasure of shooting the entire River Whyless performance at Bourgie Nights in downtown Wilmington, NC. The always awesome Rick Badger and Patrick Shea shot as well in order to cover everything from multiple angles.
Thanks to Sean from Bougie Nights for running sound and letting us grab the board audio!
“Life Crisis” at Bourgie Nights in Wilmington, NC 4-18-2015
Shot By: Bradley Pearce, Patrick Shea, and Rick Badger
Edited By: Bradley Pearce
Audio: Zoom H4N
Cameras: Canon 6D, 5D mkII, GH4, GoPro Hero4
1. How did the Beep Documentary come to life? 0:20
2. How has the process been so far? 1:55
3. What are you filming here at MAGFest for the documentary? 2:44
4. How was your interview with Nobuo Uematsu at Distant Worlds? 3:50
5. Tell us about the book & webisodes 4:37
6. Can you tell us about webisode sponsorship? 5:45
7. What are some of your favorite game soundtracks? 7:02
8. Is there anything else you would like to say to your followers? 12:15
I know it’s been a while since I last posted and my blogs are getting fewer and further between. There is a simple and good reason for that, I am busy!
Some of you may have noticed that I run a wedding videography & photography blog/business called Loving Lens. That has consumed a LOT of my time recently, as has partnering with fellow wedding photography & videography business Anchored in Love as their Lead Videographer. Needless to say, these things have kept me extremely busy, especially since wedding season was just in full swing and there are many projects unrelated to weddings that I have been working on as well.
I recently travelled up to Greenville, NC to shoot some videos for a really awesome company called University PC Care! One is a business profile video to introduce people to the new website and services, and the other video tackles a new comprehensive service offered to businesses & individuals called NETCare. You can view both below!
MAGFest is a four day long party at the Gaylord National Convention Center dedicated to the appreciation of video game music, gaming of all types, and the gaming community. The festival runs 24 hours a day, and offers consoles, arcades, tabletop, LAN, live video game cover bands, chiptunes, vendors, guest speakers, and much much more.
Basically, it’s the best way to start your year and this video highlights some of the best parts of MAGFest 11 in 1080p! Hope you enjoy!
This video features:
VGO (Video Game Orchestra)
Brental Floss & The Cartridge Family
And many other awesome & talented folks!