1. 5 feet of new snow on Summit Chair - Mt. Bachelor, OR

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    http://www.jasonbrownleedesign.com It stormed for 5 days, dumping 5 feet of snow on Mt. Bachelor in the Central Oregon Cascades during the last week of December, 2010. Two days later Summit Chair opened, allowing access to the top half of the mountain! Filmed on 12-31-2010 GoPro Polecam 720p 60fps

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    • mwc hexa // the gryphon

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      • Teaser TEDxSummit

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        WE ARE Pi s’est associé avec le réalisateur Körner Union et BIG Productions pour produire le teaser du Tedx Summit qui s’est déroulé à Doha au Qatar du 16 au 20 avril dernier. Ensemble, ils ont mêlé architecture, mathématique, danse et magie pour créer une gigantesque arabesque humaine. /// Liste des crédits Agence: WE ARE Pi Réalisateur : Körner Union Maison de production : Big Productions Paris - Natacha DOLARD Post-Production: Mikros Image Chargée d’affaires/ chef de projet : Claire Garraud Superviseur 2D: Vincent Venchiarutti Préviz : Benoît Holl, Olivier Mitonneau, Michaël Moercant After : Céline Maciejewski, Benjamin Pelletreau, Michaël Moercant Etalonnage : Sébastien Mingam

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        • TAWOCHE 2k10 dispatches #5

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          “This is our decision to live fast and die young. We've got the vision, now let's have some fun. Yeah it's overwhelming, but what else can we do? Get jobs in offices and wake up for the morning commute?” MGMT As we told our sponsors before the climb, we’ve gone rogue like Sarah Palin. We are off the grid… As we wake up battered and depleted, everything points us towards bailing. Only we are too hard headed to concede defeat, not realizing in fact that we are just too stupid to know when to call it. We haven’t had water in a day or so…but who needs hydration anyway? Talking with this degree of cottonmouth makes me sound like I am speaking in tongues…Renan looks at me with confused, puffy eyes. Are we really going up? I am as confused as him…the answer is a surprisingly emphatic ‘yes!’ I dodge rocks as Renan leads through some choss. He short fixes, I jug, dry heave, swing leads, dry heave more, and suck down hard candies like an addict locked in the throes of withdrawals. I can’t wait for the snow, for the water, but we still have hours to go before we get there…if we get there. But the unspoken common ground is that we are down to go up… As are artists, we are locked in a constant struggle between what we want to capture, and the energy our bodies can afford to give. It’s an instinct to reach for the camera, but one that nearly always falls second to the tasks at hand. Often times, I criticize myself for not shooting more…for not nailing the perfect image…but then again, I am fighting just to move. As athletes, we are succeeding, but as creative individuals, we are flailing…it hurts. There are multiple points in any given day, during any given hour, or on any given pitch, where I want more than anything to call it in. I want to yell up at Renan that I’ve had it. I can’t swallow, can’t talk…can barely breath, and all of it makes me want to descend. I know he feels the same because I can see it in his face. But our mouths stay shut, moving upwards steadily as a cohesive unit. No, it doesn’t make any sense…but we’ve never pretended to understand. Life is reduced to a consecutive series of familiar motions. Our arms begin to cramp due to lack of fluid. The glands in our mouths stop producing saliva. We are dried up… All the variables in the equation equal out towards descent. But math was never my strong point…apparently Renan suffers from the same learning disabilities. c & r

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          • illUmiNations: Protecting Our Planet

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            On Saturday, September 20, 2014, the United Nations Department of Public Information presented a spectacular 30-story architectural projection in partnership with the Oceanic Preservation Society, Obscura Digital, and Insurgent Media. The General Assembly and Secretariat buildings were lit up with massive projections as part of a revolutionary call for action on global climate change. The event took place in connection with the UN Secretary-General’s Climate Summit. “Now is the time to take decisive action on climate change. Protecting our planet is the responsibility of each and every one of us. We must make our voices heard. These exceptional projections shown at the United Nations will help draw attention to the need to make climate action a reality in every community and every society,” said UN Secretary-General General Ban Ki-moon. #Climate2014 #ProjectingChange #60Solutions The visual showcase was made possible with the support of TheDodo.com and the Lehrer Family Foundation and produced in conjunction with Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea, Vulcan Productions, and Millennium ART. illUmiNations was a collaborative effort between Academy Award-winning director Louie Psihoyos, Academy Award-winning producer Fisher Stevens, and Obscura Digital. The musical score for the video was composed by Academy Award-nominated composer J. Ralph. For more, visit http://obscuradigital.com/work/climate_summit_2014/ ILLUMINATIONS PARTNERS United Nations Department of Public Information Oceanic Preservation Society Obscura Digital Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea Vulcan Productions thedodo.com Millennium ART Trailer Park Picture Motion Obscured Pictures SUPPORTED BY Dieter Paulmann The Lerer Family Foundation William von Mueffling Dan Nelson The Gerbode Foundation Sarah Shaw San Francisco Foundation Shaw Family Fund The Moore Charitable Foundation The Opel Family Richard Schaden The Baum Foundation Trevor Bacon Jill and Carter Wheeler Paulette & John Kempfer David and Diana Toole W Wilder Knight III Primland (60 Solutions) OPS Kickstarter Backers CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS & ARTWORK 60Solutions.org Yann Arthus-Bertrand James Balog William Coupon David Doubilet Earth Vision Trust GoodPlanet Foundation HOME Jerry Greenberg Michael Greenberg Howard and Michelle Hall David Hannan/Ocean Ark Alliance Shawn Heinrichs International Center of Photography Frans Lanting Steve McCurry Plankton Chronicles Sebastião Salgado, Genesis Joel Sartore Louis Schwartzberg Daniel Stoupin OBSCURA TEAM Travis Threlkel - Chief Creative Officer Matty Dowlen - Chief of Production Sean Holt - Director of IT Barry Threw - Director of Interactive Marc Melzer - Director of Media and Art Andrew Plourde - Senior Technical Director Emmett Feldman - Senior Art Director Jennifer Williams - Producer Mia Hanak - Communications Ari Ali - Media Producer Yael Braha - Associate Creative Director Bryant Place - Interactive Engineer Joshua Goldberg - Software Producer Naohiro Haitani - Senior Graphic Designer Cullen Miller - Systems Technician Gaston Albanell - Systems Technician Diego Novoa - Systems Technician Joe Goldring - Install Technician Tom Parrette - Writer Krista Adkins - Production Coordinator Andrew Jones - Live Painter / 3D Artist Jim Ellis - 3D Artist Tim Digulla - 3D Artist Ron Robinson - Art Director Eddy Katt - Animator Brittnie Diamant - Animator Ryan Berkey - Animator Zachary Seidner - Animator Matt Goodwin - Animator Natalie Wilkinson - Editor Alexi Alexaieff - Production Artist Joshua Brott - Photo / Video Ivan Landau - Photo & Video / Animator Eric Schneider - Purchasing Alex Oropeza - Audio Engineer Harald Boyesen - Music Composer ADDITIONAL CONTENT AFNR/Shutterstock Borisoff/Shutterstock branislavpudar/Shutterstock Brian Lasenby/Shutterstock Henk Bentlage/Shutterstock iPrano/Shutterstock John Butler Lukas Spieker Miles Away Photography/Shutterstock NASA Peter Gudella/Shutterstock pixelparticle/Shutterstock Rich Carey/Shutterstock Richard A McMillin/Shutterstock Rick Ray/Shutterstock Stefan Siebert Steve Gschmeissner/Science Photo Library Tim Hellier/Image Quest 3-D Xavier Marchant/Shutterstock

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            • Mount Washington Museum Project

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              Read the detailed behind the scenes blog here: http://www.tomguilmette.com/archives/3987 In Spring of 2014, the Mount Washington Observatory will open a brand new, state-of-the-art, interactive museum atop the summit of Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Welcome to Extreme Mount Washington. http://extreme.mountwashington.org Shot and edited by: Tom Guilmette - http://www.tomguilmette.com Music by: The Echelon Effect - http://www.themusicbed.com

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              • Michael Garlinghouse March in the Park

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                Michael Garlinghouse. March 2012. Filmed and edited by Knapmiller. www.youhatetoloveit.com www.xsjado.com www.createoriginals.com

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                • Sommets du cinéma d'animation de Québec 2012

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                  /// Awards & Mentions /// Communication Arts Winner, Illustration Annual 2013 Applied Arts, Photography & Illustration Awards 2013 3x3 Magazine, International Illustration ProShow 2013 (distinguished merit) Association of Illustration (AOI), Illustration Awards 2013 (shortlisted) /// Festivals /// ANIFEST International Festival of Animated Films 2013, official competition (commercials) ANIMANIMA International Animation Festival 2013, official competition (commercials & music videos) The man of the Summit has a short moment to get down and refresh himself. He must be vigilant, its kingdom is desired and the competition is ferocious. Trailer for the 11th edition of the Montreal Animated Film Summit, an international festival dedicated to animation in all its forms. www.antitube.ca/fr/programme/373/ — L'homme des Sommets profite d'un court moment pour se ressourcer. Il doit faire vite, son royaume est convoité et la compétition est féroce. Bande-annonce de la 11e édition des Sommets du cinéma d'animation de Québec, festival international consacré à l'animation sous toutes ses formes. www.antitube.ca/fr/programme/373/ — Client : Antitube / Cinémathèque québécoise Direction, design, animation : Patrick Doyon Sound & music / Sons et musique : Patrice Bourgeault (soundcloud.com/patricebourgeault) — www.doiion.com

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                  • UAE Government Summit & Harvard Business Review - Service Delivery - Explainer Video

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                    The United Arab Emirates' Government Summit, billed as the largest annual government gathering in the world, serves as a global platform dedicated to developing the future of governments and enhancing their performance at delivering their services through innovation. The 3rd Government Summit titled "Shaping Future Governments", featured a number of selected articles by Harvard Business Review. Our friends at The Mob approached to transform two of such articles into explainer videos (from conceptualizing their aesthetic and motion through to their execution), the purpose of which was to illustrate the essence of each article in an accessible and stripped down manner and be presented at the Summit to a global audience. This is the piece we created for the "Service Delivery" article. View the piece we created for the "Digital Ubiquity" article at: https://vimeo.com/119221493 Project info Client: UAE Government - http://www.government.ae & Harvard Business Review - https://hbr.org/ Agency : The Mob - http://themob.ae Production company: Binalogue - http://binalogue.com/ Our role Design concept, Animation concept, Art direction, Design & Motion graphics Credits Original articles: Harvard Business Review Script adaptations - The Mob View project http://binalogue.com/work/gshbr/ Behance project be.net/gallery/20946945/Absolut-Vodka-Andy-Warhol-Edition Follow us facebook.com/binalogue twitter.com/binalogue behance.net/binalogue ©2015 Binalogue http://binalogue.com/

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                    • Peak Freaks Everest Expedition

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                      Some quick clips from our successful 2008 Mt. Everest summit. With the Chinese government closing the mountain and a couple of harrowing rescues in the Death Zone, this was certainly an adventure to write home about. Respect for Peak Freaks and the climbers, sherpas and guides who risked their lives not only for the summit, but to save another climber's life. Music is The Funeral from Band of Horses available here: http://amzn.to/h1av7b

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