This is the Georgia O’Keeffe painting that Clark is writing an essay about for Humanities this week. I miss college when we Skype him. I remember it being stressful at times, but I also remember having to do assignments like this that challenged me. I told him I’m still grateful for Humanities. It forever changed the way I appreciate art, listen to music and watch movies. Some of my general ed classes have proven to be the most influential in my learning since college. I suppose that’s the idea, huh?
Anyway, when Clark’s not in class, studying or working he continues to play around with video creation. I think he’s getting really good. It’s exciting for me to see him find and pursue a creative passion and especially one that is so universally applicable in all aspects of work and recreation. I thought it might be fun to share a couple of his recent vids with you …
This is one he put together for his friend’s board shop. I love the light in this video, the angles he chooses to shoot from and the extra “beauty” shots he includes.
This is one Clark finished up to post on Trey’s new facebook page, for his birthday. They did the shooting late at night one night when he was home in August–I remember vividly trying to sleep to the sound of trampoline outside my window until the wee hours of the morning!
Feel free to leave me comments telling me how talented and good looking my children are. And by all means, have a happy Monday!