1. Jeremy Munoz of Dutch Bros- Passion Project #1

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    "Passion Project" is a series of videos dedicated to finding everyday people that have an extraordinary passion for life, and showcasing what drives them to be so passionate. Jeremy is the manager of a Dutch Bros Coffee shop in Roseburg, OR, and he cares deeply about helping his employees succeed in work, but also in life. Check out what Jeremy does to unplug, recharge, and fill his cup. #WhatsYourPassion Camera- Panasonic Lumix GH4 Lens-Sigma 18-35mm 1.8 Metabones Speedbooster for Canon to Micro Four Thirds Stabilization-Glidecam HD 2000

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    • SUMMIT PLAYERS THEATRE - SILENT FILM

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      from Kaitlyn Martin / Added

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      Soundtrack by Paul Simon "The Obvious Child" - The Rhythm of the Saints Copyright 1990 Buy Links: iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/artist/paul-simon/id152016 Web Store: paulsimon.com/us/home Their Sites: Official: paulsimon.com/us/home Facebook: facebook.com/paulsimon

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      • IGNITED, AGAIN

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        from Mozell Films / Added

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        Push through the adversity, the noise, the inner fears and don't ever stop.

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        • Second Bottle Method

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          from Creative Raul / Added

          Passion project!!! Please enjoy and drink responsibly. Director: Paul Dimalanta Cinematography: Jasper Granderath Creative Director: Raul Velazquez

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          • Passion | Movement

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            from Austin Franks / Added

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            The word passion means strong and barely controllable emotion. When I asked Nathan Weston, a 17 year old free-runner in Seattle, what his passion in life was, this is what he said. This video is part of a developing project called The Passion Project. Through a collection of short videos, the project aims to portray the power human passion as well as the variation in passions from human to human.

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            • B.E.

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              from Colton Bybee / Added

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              This is the story about Brandon Evans. He passed away due to heroin related incidences in Salt Lake City, Utah on February 7th 2012. A collection of a few, of the many, friends that he had about him, his drug use, the lessons he taught them and as well as the city they live in.

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              • Gypsy Lingerie & Swimwear : From Bed to Beach

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                from GYPSY / Added

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                Gypsy's Campaign on Indiegogo : https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gypsy-lingerie-swimwear-from-bed-to-beach/x/9177652

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                • Passion Project - Titascha

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                  from Nicky Thompson / Added

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                  Titascha Thompson is a Chicago-born cosmetologist and hair stylist. She recently received her certification and has graduated from Pivot Point for her studies. She follows her heart and puts it into the tasks she's handed.

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                  • "Broken Records" - A Passion Project

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                    from Ruby Palma / Added

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                    At first I had absolutely no clue how to edit this because I just decided to instantaneously film my friend from the Philippines, Charry, who was visiting LA for a week without fully figuring out what the theme of this video was. Well I had a song in my head and I had a pole dancer. Just wasn't sure if I had a theme or a story. I had to do some panic shooting and shot everything in a matter of 2 days. I was my own production team with a skilled pole dancer--> that's all you need to get a good video running. Eventually, while editing, I figured out what my inner dramatic self was tryna say... One thing's for sure though, I have a certain style in editing when it comes to mood and lighting/effects. After you watch this video, you might want to look at another video i shot and edited over a year ago with my dancer friend jao(way back when i didn't know how to shoot in HD yet haha) Here's the link: https://vimeo.com/56433399 I failed to name this video on the credits(lazy to render it again) so I just went ahead and put it at the title of this post. This video, "Broken Records" just spoke to me on different levels while it was still yet to be born from my head. A secret i'll let you into with this project is I was inspired by the song before all the pole concepts came along. 1. This song, a very melancholic version of Wrecking Ball sung by London Grammar was a version I found at BBC 1 Radio's youtube channel. Whenever I use music for my passion projects, the dark, dramatic, mysterious, heart-wrenching, non-overexposed songs always get me. I'm lucky enough to stumble into them while looking at some youtube videos because I lose interest in most songs when they go mainstream. 2. One day while i was shopping for video supplies at the thrift store, I found a large collection of vinyl records on the side. I immediately got inspired to use them as my backdrop which worked perfectly for this video's mood. However, there was a point where the tape wasn't strong enough to hold on to the wall, so they started falling. Glad it happened whilst i was finishing shooting. 3. The girl in the video, Charry, was my pole basics teacher back in the Philippines a year ago. She is also an eye surgeon( i know, how cool is that ), visiting LA for a couple of weeks before some conferences in the East Coast. I took the opportunity to ask her to pole for me for free. 4. The most expensive thing from producing this video is probably the studio rental. Pole studios charge $100/hr for commercial shoots although this was more of a personal thing with a 2-person team, the studio was pretty strict(i am never going back there tho). The good thing is that the studio beside this one was a photo studio. Asked one of the guys there if i could borrow some lights. He gladly offered me some for 10 bucks each because apparently, he knew one of the photographers i knew. (compared to $40 rental at sammy's plus the deposit fee) 5. We did the train station shoot really really quick! I just kept rolling while we went past 2 stations from north hollywood to hollywood/highland, just until a girl warned me that they fine at least $800 if they caught you shooting inside the train. Appreciated that tip ;) The people behind us got a free show tho, clapped when we were about to leave. When you have a passion project, you want to do everything in your head, of course that's not totally possible for a one woman production like me but I made it work, the only thing my subject did was do pole. This was all hard work but it was all worth it. I've always wanted to shoot an artistic pole video since the day i was inspired to do pole. It was the closest thing to contemporary dance that was in a way, easier and less common. One day i'm going to be able to do all the stuff Charry is doing and it will be one epic pole video ;)

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                    • Green Hart Enterprises

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                      "The human body is water based and is able to break down everything we put through it, why has no one figured out how to use these same processes outside the body?" This is the thought that went through Dr. Richard Harts head and made him quit his job, follow his passion, and 5 years later, discover a chemical process that is going to change the world. 100% green, water based, no volatile chemicals, anti-microbial compounds that can be used to create anything. From homes, to hospital walls and floors, to toys, paddle boards, boats, paints, you name it, this is going to make it a sustainable, green product for the greater good of humanity. We created this video to tell Dr. Harts story, help explain his breakthrough, and show the world that the future can and will be green. www.green-hart.com Featuring: Dr. Richard Hart, Chris Van Coutren, and Nate Lake. Created by Rob Morton & Nick Neary. Music by Chris Zabiskie - chriszabriskie.com

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