Here are three videos I’ve completed since “The Trouble With Poets.”

The first is for a fundraising campaign by my old friends Chris and Dean DeCrease. They are trying to establish a winter garden at Frontier Park in Erie, PA, in memory of their son Ben, who passed away in February. Here is the Kickstarter page for more information.

Next is another short piece that happened more or less by accident. Human Flux, an experimental dub trio, was warming up for a show at Evan Eberhart and Jennifer Dennehy‘s studio when Jennifer picked up a hoop and started dancing. Watching her intently is Marko Novachcoff of the Detroit-based group Chatoyant, who were also on the bill. Marko reminded me of a man contemplating a work of art, which of course he was.

Finally, Human Flux‘s complete half-hour set from that April 4 performance. Human Flux is Adam Holquist, keyboards and synthesizers; Ian Maciak, drums; and Stephen Trohoske, bass guitar.

That’s all for now. More videos coming soon! Incidentally, these three pieces are the first I’ve done entirely with Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Audition and Media Encoder. I’ve been moving away from Final Cut Pro for some time now; I really like the seamless integration among the various Adobe applications and I like that I get it on a subscription basis so that it’s always up to date.