Archive for December, 2009
what a year it’s been! wow. so much has happened…for all of us, i’m sure. i am in awe of all the LORD has done in me & all that He’s allowed me to see and experience. Â if i could sit down and hit the rewind button on 2009, here are some moments i’d …read more
Andrew Gadd’s amazing oil painting is such a great reminder. There so much I could say about this painting, but I won’t…I’ll let you ponder it and let God reveal to you what He wants you to see. Be sure and check out the story!
(thanks to Shaun Groves for showing me this.)…read more
In just a month, Nate, Camron & I set out for Asia. We’re going to lead visual worship & encourage those who have been serving long-term throughout the year. But instead of writing a long letter about it all, and since this is a blog about video, I decided flex some editing muscle and …read more
This past weekend will be one to remember. I’ll have to start from the beginning.
As you know, I’ve been out on the road with the Gloria Christmas tour, getting to VJ and make it snow on the inside of churches through the magic of projectors. Typically, a weekend’s tour will run Thursday thru Sunday …read more
There are many factors that contribute to this journey of “visual worship” i’m on. New software versions, cool loops with that latest edgy effect, creative “out of the box” (or “in the box“…haha) projection techniques, etc… these are all good and noteworthy things. But one thing contributes more than any of those combined, …read more
It’s my favorite time of year. I’m a sucker for all the old Christmas movies, the lights, the gaudy tree decorations, the egg nog…the whole nine yards. So it’s a dangerous thing when I get my hands on a few projectors, as you can imagine. :)
When you think about it, the Christmas/Advent season is …read more
“Then something happened, and the visual layer of worship was stripped out of the Church.” (excerpt from the “Story” page.)
Understanding the history of visual worship is a vital piece in forming one’s philosophy. Honestly, this is an area of discussion that intimidates me, but when i dive in, i find it fascinating! The other …read more