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February 11, 2010

Featured Article, Listen, Video

I am a snowaholic, I admit it. It’s when the snow is falling thick, I heart it most. Here’s a music video for my fellow snowaholics. This is a video we did at the Charleston Gazette, featuring photos, video and song depicting the very snowy winter of 2009-2010 in and about Charleston, West Virginia. The photos  are by Gazette staffers Chris Dorst, Chip Ellis, Kenny Kemp, Lawrence Pierce, Rusty Marks and myself. I shot all the video except for the opening segment of the Charleston skyline (such as it is). It was shot while I drove along MacCorkle Avenue and multimedia mademoiselle Katherine Gregory pulled passenger-side camera duty. I have vowed never again to drive and shoot. Or shoot and drive. Thank you, Katherine. (I edited out the bump we hit right before the bridge- see if you notice). The soundtrack song is the lovely “Snowdance” from the “Seeing Things” CD by Heidi Muller and Bob Webb.



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