Taking videos is the best way of keeping memories alive.
I love taking videos whenever I have a chance. To date, I have over 700 videos uploaded on my Youtube channel. They’re not professionally produced, okay. Most of them are random videos of my family – dancing, eating and singing together! I wonder how those famous youtube stars can create awesome videos? Maybe a high quality camera, pro audio video software like avid mbox, a MAC computer and talent? This 2017, I hope I can create better videos. Not planning to be professional but it’s frustrating looking at my videos with very low quality, shaky and with incorrect orientation. I guess I need an iPhone next year. Ciao!
My favorite Forrest Gump soundtrack cover using acoustic guitar,mandola and rogue mandolin
You have to do the best with what God gave you.
Absolutely my favorite line from the Forrest Gump movie! I am a strong believer in the concept of destiny. I am where I am today because God destined me to be here. He allowed me to experience failures so that I may fully grasp what it means to succeed. All I have to do is to keep believing that my life is bound for greater things and be a better person day after day. I don’t care how long it would take and how many more failures and heartaches and rejections I would face. I just know that I can overcome all of it.
Help! We are currently working on a project, the goal is to make it viral (we hope), rewarding and high-yielding. We’re looking at different options:
Music video type of thing, shot at a resort/pool area – similar to Justin Bieber’s Beauty and the Beat MV.
MV of a local artist singing acoustic songs.
Short and funny skit ala infomercial.
I a more leaning towards the second option since we only need to prepare a few things – improvised stage or recording room, acoustic guitar and a cool telefunken mic (suitable for voice on both stage and in the studio).
It requires fewer manpower too and it’s a lot less complicated to shoot and edit! My only concern is that it may look boring and may never get as viral as I hope it will be. God please let the creative juices flowing! Deadline of the storyboard is Friday already!
Sooo much awesomeness in this video!!! And what an incredible boss!!! This makes me want to be an amazing CEO someday. CHARROT!
When employees at online luxury retailer Net-A-Porter learned that their much-loved CEO Mark Sebba was stepping down, they knew a conventional celebration wouldn’t do. So they planned an amazing sendoff that he’ll remember for the rest of his life.
Offices in New York, New Jersey, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Charlton also participated in the big surprise.