Director Kendy Ty is incredible. I love his style, his stories, his composition, his spin on life. His perspective and his unveiling of this generation’s unspoken stories is so beautiful. So inspired to make my stories come to life via film. I love how you are just immersed into the character’s life, emotions, and their daily thoughts. Beauty. Dark, but beautiful.
I want to make such beautiful pieces.
I’ve discovered a respectable director that I happened to stumble upon, whose works are worthy of mention. His work is so raw, so revealing, and so heart-wrenching. Why do we pretend everything is okay when they are not? Why do we hide negative emotions as if it’s wrong and unworthy of our attention? Life and all its realities surround us. I love how raw this story is. It is but a glimpse of heartache, disappointment, confusion, injustice, and pain. Tragedy. Anger. Beautiful.
Inspired to do this song with 2 other ladies, I love how they did the harmonies : ) Beautiful!
This is a beautifully constructed video made solely from black and white photography. I love how many different visuals overlapped and how the sound effects matched so perfectly, while telling a beautiful story. I’m currently working on a video project constructed solely from photographs, therefore I appreciate this work tremendously!
I don’t think I’ve had such a love for music until I knew what it was meant for. Undignified worship. This video embodies that love and affection for music and melodies for the One Thing that matters : ))
This is a video project my creativity group made to confront the “orphan spirit”, meaning the tendency for humans to feel unloved, rejected, and worthless.
We used whispers and voices of condemnation as such lies humans struggle with. After struggling with such lies, the main character has a divine encounter and is left feeling clarity and peace.
Filmed, directed, and edited by yours truly. :] More videos to come!
This was a fantastic weekend spent down in Busan with some amazing people! My travel buddy was Mary Koh, and we met up with New Philly’s Seaside church plant team and had tons o’ fun. 🙂
Warning: May be a little offensive towards the end of video. Some nudity.
One of my all-time favorite songs. Can dance to it, anywhere, anytime.
I got to revisit NYC this past September (2011) and have closure with the city, my roommates, and my lifestyle back from my first year at New York University. Though it was a hard thing for me to do, it really released me into life in Seoul, Korea! Now I attend Ewha University and have a completely different story.
This is a short documentary of the time I had there. I finally got a Macbook with an editing program so I could put it together.
A nostalgic story.