1. Plavix "Gurney"


    from Ted Mendelson / Added

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    You don't have to tell someone who's had a heart attack that they need to take their meds. Or do you? Research shows a healthy, or unhealthy dose of denial, means they need to be reminded and in fact scared to death into taking their meds. Ok, maybe a poor choice of words but you get the point. This approach did the job.

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    • UAB Gurney Derby 2014


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      UAB's most storied and time-honored homecoming tradition was bigger and better than ever.

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      • Get Your Dumbass Off The Phone


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        For complete list of credits in the making of "Get Your Dumbass Off The Phone" please go to: http://www.GetYourDumbassOffThePhone.info This video illustrates that people are plain dumb to use their smartphones in an irresponsible or inconsiderate manner. It is meant to be a fun view of the subject, but not downplay the tragic consequences that can occur due to accidents caused by misuse of the smartphone. To learn more about Tod Peters Band please visit: http://www.todpetersband.com

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        • The Poet who loved the War: Ivor Gurney | Extracts


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          In March 2014 BBC Four broadcast ‘The Poet who loved the War: Ivor Gurney’, a moving and thought-provoking documentary which examined Gurney’s poetry and music and the ways in which both were influenced by the events he experienced and the people he met during the First World War. Gurney’s music provided a backdrop to the documentary, and this included several excerpts from the Sonata in E-flat major for Violin and Piano, performed by Rupert Marshall-Luck and Matthew Rickard and taken from their World Première recording of the work for EM Records (available on EMR CD011). The sections of the film for which the Sonata provides a setting can be viewed in this video. The compilation has been made with the generous agreement of Michael Poole, the documentary’s Executive Producer; the Director, Clive Flowers; and the Director of Photography, Ryan Owen Eddleston. Thanks are also due to Eileen Griffiths, through the F.W. Harvey Society, and The Gurney Trust for permission to incorporate the sections of film showing photographs of Harvey and Gurney respectively.

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          • The Barber


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            A serial killer gets more than he bargained for when he abducts a young man from a bridge.

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            • Dan Gurney's 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda AAR (All American Racers) Trans-Am Race Car.


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              The Petersen Automotive Museum. Craig Jackson. Barrett-Jackson Auction Company.

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              • Nike Commercial


                from Gurney Wagner / Added

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                A commercial a classmate of mine directed and I filmed.

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                • Geico Commercial


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                  This is my version of a Geico commercial featuring a legend on Maranatha Campus.

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                  • Smart Lift - Two Person Transfer from Couch to Gurney


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                    This video is about Smart Lift - Two Person Transfer from Couch to Gurney

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                    • Who's The Illest


                      from Hasan Kamil / Added

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                      Out of all the places I painted for this project, this was the by far the most interesting of locations. Barrow Gurney Mental Asylum was built in the 1930’s to release the amount of patients held at Bristol’s main asylum ‘The Glenside’ – It was originally called Barrow Mental Hospital. Although work was completed in 1937 and the first patients admitted in 1938, it was used as a Royal Navy Hospital during WW2 before reverting back to its intentional use in 1948. Inspired by black letter calligraphy I designed a custom sketch which I later used as a guide to the final outcome of the wall. ‘Who’s The Illest’ refrences a common hip hop quote which is fitting with the process of the piece whilst still resonating with the location. To accompany this piece, I teamed up with local filmers and editors, Def Productions & Harry Gough. Together we created a short film documenting the process and out come of the wall with an eery aesthetic and feel.

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