What do you think about this artist?
Feb 21 2013 by New songs
DMParker43: that was a pretty crazy reaction to .15 mg of epinephrine.
mario lopes: Omg este video esta super los felicito
Casey Ford Alexander: Re: dramaturgy - This is a journey through art including cinema. Like the defined aspect ratios, the wall pieces illustrate the conflict: impressionism v abstract v realism. And then life. I've loaded the comment section with footnotes, helpful quotes and interactive guides. So scroll down and check them out. Best of luck!
Casey Ford Alexander: This is my most explicit work. The aspect ratios were purposeful and all added post-shoot. They morph and have historical significance as the story is generational—from cinemascope's 3.00 : 1 to 2.35 : 1. I boosted the ISO inside as I shot Dogme 95 style—all natural light—and desired the mechanical flickers. The piece, overall, depicts a war between art and video art. Hence, the single Red/Yellow/Blue flashes at moments of contact and the Red/Green/Blue sequence in the finale.
minm01: Just a piece of advice! Pay attention to the lights you are using inside because the frequency they use can bother your camera. Don't merge 16:9 and anamorphic in one production unless you have a good dramaturgical justification. Awesome job otherwise. Just hoping to help you! :D
charimal: the girl looks old. is that supposed to be symbolic?
Brittany Rolands: is this about a drug addiction?
jilliannatalie: the girl is absolutely gorgeous,who is she?
Tranquilitie86: I can see a lot of Adele's songs being in the movie based on the books of fifty shades of grey
Deanne Dickerson: this doesn't even make sense to me haha but i liked it lol
OFreddieBoy: Completely missed all the religious ecstasy before. Whoa.
Faye L.: I liked it because of the "White Ninja".
yeison luna: love it¡¡
insanium77: Thanks for replying :) Actually now that you told me about the horn, I appreciate this video more than i did. Very inspiring to me. Very smart and touching, thank you :)
Casey Ford Alexander: Thank you. The horn is called a shofar. It's used for Jewish religious purposes; always on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Blowing of the shofar is a wake up call that reminds us to appreciate God and of the ability to change in the new year. It triggers us to be honest and objective about our lives by refocusing on the maximization of our God-given gifts. I published the video on September 1, the beginning of the liturgical year and just prior to Rosh Hashanah.
insanium77: wow...umm...he sure knows how to..blow a horn?lol I liked it though :)
WeMakeCool: What's the guys name at the beginning?
TheKillerman125: He is blowing the horn to go to narnia! :D
TheWineColoredAir: This gave me the shivers. You make wonderful videos. You should be a Hollywood director! Good luck.
Casey Ford Alexander: 2:20 The Scream
dyrdrykiyne: I could have sworn it had to do with orpheus and eurydice. But that's just personal opinion. Case in point the snake bite in the foot, how he seems to have visions of her and is willing to sacrifice himself if that shot could be indicative of such an action to go into a "different realm". Beautiful work, very moving.
maryskittles1: i love this song its catchy awesomeness
Ryan Beers: is that olivia wilde in this vid, just curious ??? kinda looks like her !?
Ryan Beers: i was under the impression this song was about trying todoin something impossable !!! the story of my life !!!! : (
Casey Ford Alexander: Prometheus
Javi Jotaerre: AWESOME! (simplemente acojonante)
Saludos desde Madrid
kjvkamal: awesommmeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ...
Hana Mizoguchi: What kind of camera do you use for these videos?
sofiaug230471: Exelent sonj .
xCelsius451x: Epilipetics..watch out. Other than that, amazing!
randomTHINGS198: i love your videos
missmrsrandom: I have no clue what is going on AT ALL but I love this so freaking much it's just beautiful and ridiculously amazing and I just want to watch it over and over a million times, then watch it a million times once more. This is completely ASTOUNDING.
Nathan Piland: I honestly have no idea what's going on, for this video and most of yours, but I LOVE THEM! their so unique. I love watching different people perspectives. Like the color changes and the upside down shots and its just awesome. Like in another video of yours u had cars moving backwards, it was sooo different and cool.
1universal4isaster: i really like how you express yourself even in comments :)
rorygrace123: 1:08.. ninja(:
Pamayla000: As I watched this video, it was very reminiscent of the process by which Spiderman got bit and gained agility and strength as he became one with the venom. This video is like that, the EpiPen saved his life, but the venom still there, makes transformation. He sees better, like the "fly eye", blindfolds self to use intuition in movements. At one point, he holds out wrist as if to spring some "webbing." I thought it might be a song in the upcoming movie (not).
QuanticoSniper: Cripple guy stabs self in thigh with EpiPen, gains ability to stand.
Blows magical ram horn to celebrate.
Is that about the gist of it?
Casey Ford Alexander: Cassius Marcellus Cornelius Clay currently attends Yale University, and in 2010 (at age 19) became Kanye West's stylist. Clay is a direct descendant of 19th century abolitionist Cassius Marcellus Clay (who graduated from Yale in 1832). Thence, Muhammad Ali and his father Cassius Marcellus Clay Sr. were both named after my source's ancestors.
TheMHmonsterhigh: its Muhammad Ali if u r respectful
Jake Martan: 1:00 ADDRILIN SHOT HERE! GRABBIN A ADRINIL SHOT! WUBUBUBUBUBUB!
Casey Ford Alexander: Thank you! Exactly.
Kyle Venglar: your videos are really really well done, but they are really hard to fallow because they just move SO fast. but still i guess thats what the replay button is for :P
phafft: You should be truly proud of your work. It's beautiful. Powerful, and makes people see things in another sense.
ShibbyBacon23: Who is the woman in this video?....so beautiful
fastEAGM: love youuuuu
your voice hit me hard , love youuuu
strong wild ,emotional tone
tiff green: RAPED THE REPLAY xD
Barbara Barbella Torrealba: Her voice gonna kill me.
Casey Ford Alexander: As strange as it may seem, I'm not that wedded to objects in themselves as much as objects as representing an idea that I care about. ... In the end, I think it comes down to the fact that I found that accessories can be some of the most powerful ways of communicating an idea. --Cassius Clay
Do you know the lyrics for this song?