We have PICTURE LOCK! Making this film has been like learning the Chinese Pool: The result is rewarding but there’s lots of bumps and bruises along the way. But good things come to those who work hard and we’re so very excited to finally have picture lock!
Big thanks to our rockstar of the post production, Chris Parisagain! We hit some major technical difficulties and Chris stepped up to help us out. We definitely wouldn’t be here without his passion and hard work! If you’re looking for an awesome and reliable editor, Chris is your guy. Trustworthy editors are hard to come by and we’re so grateful for his dedication!
More exciting news coming soon! #circusislove
Loving these Austrian acrobats in action. Circa 1954.
Ross Travis is a student of Master Lu Yi, an artist in residence at the Circus Center, and the creator/star of “The Greatest Monkey Show on Earth.” He’s taking his Simian based Chinese pole and hoop diving act to some Fringe Festivals in Canada. He’s so close to reaching his fundraising goal onIndiegogo with only 2 days left!
Check out his campaign here: http://goo.gl/D1J4Sh
Photo by Mark N. Kitaoka
You can learn more about his mischief at www.WorldofWandag.com
We’re loving this circus family circa 1965 // Photo by Todd Walker
BTS with Joe Dieffenbacher, Director of Circus Center's Clown Conservatory. We loved getting to see his temporary mask workshop before heading back to Europe. Joe and his wife Mina make the most amazing Commedia and character masks in the UK. Super cool stuff! Check them out here: www.nakupelle.com/masks/masks-main.html
A common reaction from Master Lu Yi’s students, especially Jan Damm, hamming it up for the camera here. #circusislove // Thanks to Molly Rose-Williams for this awesome throwback!
We’re seeking an awesome title artist to help tell a magical story! We mainly need opening and lower thirds titles that are clean but cinematic. There is some pay. We’re looking for a team player that wants to support the circus and help this film sparkle!
Sound interesting? Send your resume and reel to email@example.com #circusislove
Did you catch Bizarre’s Abigail Baird on America’s Got Talent? That’s right! She really wowed the crowd with her unique Aerial Animation performance. Watch it here: www.hulu.com/watch/644200
Abigail was kind enough to shoot with us and we’re excited to feature her in this film. But it’s even more exciting to see our talented friends on national TV! Congrats Abigail! Keep up the amazing work. Be sure to follow their awesome adventures at www.facebook.com/aerialanimation
Hey @sunnivalb. You are awesome!
Today I do another white studio shoot with 2 handstand artists. I’m excited! This photo is from my last studio shoot with @sunnivalb. Go check out her account out! Enjoy