I'm in London working on a music video using one of my effects (the wobbly one). We shot it yesterday, and I was able to run a real-time preview on the set. It was my first time on a set of any kind, and my primary ambition was to not bump into anything expensive. I also became acquainted with the the phenomenon of "runners" -- they have people who, when you need something, will get it for you! Brilliant.
The video is being directed by the extemely decent and prodigiously talented Bugsy Steel (left, above) and Ross Cooper (right), who together form oneinthree.tv, and features a great young R&B artist named Leon Jean-Marie, who apart from having great musical chops and dashing good looks, turns out to be able to hold up his end in a conversation about string theory. I'll post some pics later.
I feel quite the hick amidst all of these stylish, prosperous and indefatigably witty Londoners. It's a long way from the lunch-bucket precincts of my home town in Canada.
(So Kert, you were right! It was indeed a music video waiting to happen!)
Update: If you're arriving from promonews, the effect we used is demoed here:
The wobbly effect!
And if you liked that, you'll probably like these as well:
the flowy-fluid effect!
The wavy effect!
The freaky time-shifting effect!