The following is time-lapse footage shot during the summer of 2013 in Skagway, Alaska. The idea was to portray the volume of tourists that enter the town during the course of a busy day. When three to four cruise ships are docked, the main strip of Broadway is very crowded - in contrast to night time when the ships are not present.
This video in no way represents any commercial business, product or service thats image is included within any sequence and/or visual display. The video is solely considered a student production. Music was purchased from Audio Network composed by Daniel Gautreau under the license of "Home and Student Productions." Also credit to Jelly Roll Morton for additional music.
Thanks to Dan Zieman for originally suggesting the idea of capturing crowd volume with time-lapse. Thanks to Jonn Robinet and Brett Molé for technical and creative editing contributions. And thanks to all the great folks I was able to work with during the 2013 season in the rustic and beautiful town of Skagway, Alaska.