Hanging out with Rock Stars Part II

Posted: February 25, 2012 in Updates
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Photo courtesy of Jarrad Seng Photography

Last week I had the joy of working with my lovely friends The Voltaire Twins again on their latest video for one of their newest songs, “Young Adult”.  The fun and quirky choreography for the 24 local high school students involved was as much fun to watch in action as it was to create!  After a four hour dance rehearsal during the week, the crew led by Director Ben Young set off on an ambitious day for the shoot last Sunday!  I was very impressed with the level of professionalism from everyone involved, especially the students, who would have been exhausted after dancing their hearts away all day long!

I’m sure the crew wished I had never suggested tearing up exam papers as confetti, but I can’t wait to see how all the confetti looks in the video!  The final video should be edited and ready to share shortly, can’t wait to get this one out there as our last video for Animalia was such a hit!

I’m glad that I decided to go for working on the project, originally the fact that I am 9 months pregnant made me hesitate, but at this point it looks like the video might be fully edited before my baby makes an appearance so I would have been very disappointed if I had not gotten to work as the choreographer on the project!

On another note, The Voltaire Twins have been invited to the USA and Canada in March 2012 to play at South By South West (SXSW) in Austin, Texas, and Canadian Music Week (CMW) in Toronto, Canada.  This is a huge opportunity for them to showcase their talent across the globe.

Please visit their Pozible fundraising page and help make their dreams possible!

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