Archive for the ‘MEDIA + VJ CONTENT’ Category
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Very few times am I compelled to bring a lot of attention to a certain collection of visual media. Honestly, not that much impresses me these days. I have to go into obscure, hidden places to search for gems worthy of VJ-ing. And if you want me to be gut-wrenching honest, I look at what …read more
I’ve always been into cathedrals and the idea of a worship space telling story through various aspects, such as architecture, stained glass & art. And recently, I have come to appreciate more ancient & liturgical approaches to curating worship environments. There’s just something very powerful about immersing ourselves in imagery that aims our gaze towards …read more
Scott Brignac, one of my favorite church media & film producers, has created a visual masterpiece to tandem Derek Webb’s instrumental, electronic & classically composed album “Feedback,” which is based off “The Lord’s Prayer.”
It’s an incredibly artistic film…one that even had me lost for a while, until the very end, when it all …read more
Just in case you missed it…I’m giving away the farm!
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The media bundle includes:
- “A Guidebook for Visual Worship” (single user license)**
- the COMPLETE worshipVJ media library (i.e., our entire collection that’s available …read more
You want to know what inspires me the most? MUSIC. I can’t even move forward on a project (video or environment) until that experience has a soundtrack. I believe music is the most influential layer when it comes to visual art.
The type of music that gets me going is instrumental & music that has …read more
“When I left, I loved Jesus, but I was tired of Christianity,” I said. “I tried to blame everything on the whole Christian subculture — but that isn’t fair. Here, I’ve learned that no one is my problem but me. Francis never judged the church, even when he didn’t like what it was doing. What