An 8 Minute, 1 take, hardly edited video of the Highland Trouveres (only editing was the title slate, color fix, the music overlay, and a minor speed change at the very end). Directed and filmed by Ben Fisher and Bryton Nield. Made possible by our choir teacher Bret Scherer.
Apart from this video, I made a separate video for a video contest by Zions Bank and I need votes to win! Click on the link below and follow the steps to vote for me. To vote for my video, first you must be on a desktop, or laptop computer. Like Zions Bank Facebook page, and allow the application. Then click the vote button. You can vote once every 24 hours. Thank you!
Inception 3 is in the planning stages and will be up within the next couple months, and it’s gonna be big!!
Music from Pop Danthology
For a list of the songs, you can go to Pop Danthology’s video at the link below.
Justin Timberlake - Suit & Tie (Lyric Video) ft. JAY Z (by justintimberlakeVEVO)
Smack My Bitch Up Cat Style
DMX singing ‘Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer’ is exactly as amazing as you would expect
Kendrick Lamar ft Lady Gaga - Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe
Unreleased demo version got a vid, like the album version way better tho…
HOT CHEETOS & TAKIS!!! LOL Hilarious! This is my new song and way of life lol
Stephen Wiltshire was mute when he was diagnosed with severe autism at the age of three. He began communicating through his drawings after being sent to Queensmill School in London, and with the support of his special-needs teachers, gradually learned to speak.
It was during those school years that they discovered Stephen’s special talent, when he drew the ornate Albert Hall following a class field trip — without the aid of a photograph. Wiltshire has the uncanny ability to draw and paint detailed landscapes and cityscapes entirely from memory.
Wiltshire can look at the subject of his drawing once and reproduce it accurately with photographic detail, down to the exact number of columns or windows on a building. He memorizes their shapes, locations and the architectural flourishes, and will do so with New York City after a brief helicopter ride.
Having tackled the iconic cities of Tokyo, Rome, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Madrid, Dubai, Jerusalem and London, Wiltshire is more than ready to take on The Big Apple and has already begun drawing the cityscape in pen.