I was so intrigued by a video that I saw on Youtube that it got my mind thinking about sampling… I’ve never given “video sampling” a go and put this together very quickly as an experiment. That’s all….
|I just got round to putting together a six minute film from our October holiday. Almost exclusively beach footage from the Filey and Bridlington coasts. Photos are here if you missed them.|
In a slightly odd and certainly unpredictable series of events, I had the enjoyable and very memorable experience working on a video diary with Sam Bailey of BBC’s Countryfile programme the other week. It was all strange in many ways – not least because I’ve worked for the Countryside Commission and then the Countryside Agency for almost twelve years now and have been keen to promote my work on the programme, but when my turn came, it was because of a bike race!Most of the readers here will know of my obsession with the Three Peaks Cyclocross race, a long, hard, mountainous cycling race every September. Every training ride I do is taken over by thoughts of riding the Three Peaks, and part of my obsession has manifested itself in the race blog I keep. Anyway…. to cut a long story short, it’s because of the blog that, when the BBC heard about the race and were doing a feature on the area, they contacted me to do a video diary.I had a great day filming with them (the five hours or so was useful training and mind-preparation!), and the video diary and race were shown on 8th October. Click on the images to the left to watch the coverage, split into two episodes!
|Lilyâ€™s youngest cousin, Olly, was one last week, and on Saturday there was a lovely party to celebrate – we also had Fiona (Katieâ€™s elder sister), Jenny and Lucy (her daughters) to stay for the weekend. Lovely time.|
See the party video here.
A gorgeous, balmy summer weekend with Dippy, Jane and children Libby and Flo. Then James and Katie came on a flying but packed visit from Australia, with Maisy. What a great time – the hottest weather we’ve had since we moved here four years ago – perfect for making memories. See the video here.
|Wow – it’s wierd looking back on this video of the house building now. Seems like we’ve come so far. What a satisfying struggle it’s been!;|