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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting
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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting
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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting
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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting
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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting
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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting
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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting
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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting
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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting
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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting

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Brett Amory - More from the series Waiting

Talking Marionettes rejoice!!! Ryan Bailey is back and we’ve thrown together a few clips from our upcoming season with some of today’s hottest music.

Season 2 premieres Wednesday 9/24/2014 on the only channel you can count on for great advice and incisive humor: The Internet Channel.

Also here: youtube.com/talkingmarriage

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Marek Pavelec VII (by Greta Tu) definitelydope:

Marek Pavelec VII (by Greta Tu)

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Marek Pavelec VII (by Greta Tu)

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Origami murals in Vietnam 
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Origami murals in Vietnam 

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Origami murals in Vietnam 

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On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking
yulinisworking:

On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking
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On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking
yulinisworking:

On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking
yulinisworking:

On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking
yulinisworking:

On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking
yulinisworking:

On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking
yulinisworking:

On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking
yulinisworking:

On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking
yulinisworking:

On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight
So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic Song, Irene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.
Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room. 
Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.
Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!
Much love,
Yulin Kuangwriter | director | filmmakeryoutube.com/yulinisworking

yulinisworking:

On Day 5 of Production on I Ship It | Finish Line In Sight

So this is actually only half the screengrabs I was sent… I’m leaving some out because SPOILERS. But that’s okay. Because look at all the pretty and awesome! As I said in my last post, living space interiors is really a time for production design to shine, and our designer Jennifer Hwang never fails to rock it (check out her past work on A Tell Tale Vlog, Bertha’s Attic SongIrene Lee, Girl Detective, andFangirl). The attention to detail Jen puts into her work never ceases to amaze me, from small set pieces she builds from scratch to filling rooms with artful clutter according to how we think the characters live their lives.

Day 4’s focus was on Zoe’s bedroom, while Day 5’s focus was on Charlie’s bedroom. We had discussed more of a design-conscious, clean and architectural aesthetic to Charlie’s bedroom, vs. a colorful, cozy and comfortable mess in Zoe’s room

Props also go out to seanpersaud for being tirelessly awesome at his job on a day that demanded a lot of him, and to marykatewiles for being totally lovely to work with as usual. Thanks also goes out to our phenomenal crew, who worked a crazy long, hot day with wild lighting setups and camera moves. At one point our DP Zack Wallnau started bleeding from the face due to high blood pressure from running backwards with a full steadicam rig?! But the focus stayed sharp throughout. There was also an embarrassing moment where I wiped out on the floor while walking backwards and reading a script. Ahh, production.

Day 6 (pickups!) are tomorrow!

Much love,

Yulin Kuang
writer | director | filmmaker
youtube.com/yulinisworking

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New Zealand’s Oceans
New Zealand photographer Andrew Smith captures gorgeous shots of the coast of New Zealand. 
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New Zealand’s Oceans
New Zealand photographer Andrew Smith captures gorgeous shots of the coast of New Zealand. 
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New Zealand’s Oceans
New Zealand photographer Andrew Smith captures gorgeous shots of the coast of New Zealand. 
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New Zealand’s Oceans
New Zealand photographer Andrew Smith captures gorgeous shots of the coast of New Zealand. 
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New Zealand’s Oceans
New Zealand photographer Andrew Smith captures gorgeous shots of the coast of New Zealand. 
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New Zealand’s Oceans
New Zealand photographer Andrew Smith captures gorgeous shots of the coast of New Zealand. 
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New Zealand’s Oceans
New Zealand photographer Andrew Smith captures gorgeous shots of the coast of New Zealand. 

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New Zealand’s Oceans

New Zealand photographer Andrew Smith captures gorgeous shots of the coast of New Zealand. 

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#IPHONEONLY
London photographer Julian Calverley has captured beautiful landscape all from an iPhone. 
Stunning to see what beauty you can capture on something as small as your phone.  
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#IPHONEONLY
London photographer Julian Calverley has captured beautiful landscape all from an iPhone. 
Stunning to see what beauty you can capture on something as small as your phone.  
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#IPHONEONLY
London photographer Julian Calverley has captured beautiful landscape all from an iPhone. 
Stunning to see what beauty you can capture on something as small as your phone.  
escapekit:

#IPHONEONLY
London photographer Julian Calverley has captured beautiful landscape all from an iPhone. 
Stunning to see what beauty you can capture on something as small as your phone.  
escapekit:

#IPHONEONLY
London photographer Julian Calverley has captured beautiful landscape all from an iPhone. 
Stunning to see what beauty you can capture on something as small as your phone.  
escapekit:

#IPHONEONLY
London photographer Julian Calverley has captured beautiful landscape all from an iPhone. 
Stunning to see what beauty you can capture on something as small as your phone.  
escapekit:

#IPHONEONLY
London photographer Julian Calverley has captured beautiful landscape all from an iPhone. 
Stunning to see what beauty you can capture on something as small as your phone.  

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#IPHONEONLY

London photographer Julian Calverley has captured beautiful landscape all from an iPhone.

Stunning to see what beauty you can capture on something as small as your phone.  

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My analysis of a sneeze versus a toot. 

(Source: dailydoseofstuf)