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    sound artist, creative collaborator & arts media producer.


    i love creating new & exciting projects with various artists from around the world!


    join me behind-the-scenes as we cause a ruckus


    [(^▽^*)]


    Tokyo♥-In


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    Art Projects:
    Nights in Tokyo
    Life on Top of Hyde Park

    Panorama: A gorgeous afternoon in North Sydney…

    Panorama: A gorgeous afternoon in North Sydney…

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    lifeontopofhydepark:

    Sydney Seen by Pete Longworth, Christopher Baron & Michael K. Chin

    So excited that we were asked to exhibit as part of FotoWeek DC in Washington!

    This is our experimental short film, Sydney Seen - produced by our media arts collective Plum Jungle - Pete Longworth, Christopher Baron & Michael K. Chin (Tokyo Love-In).

    Enjoy!

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    ‘Sydney Seen’ by #PlumJungle @ FotoWeek DC!

    A HUGE 70 foot outdoor projection of the acclaimed ‘Sydney Seen’ piece. Take a very unique tour of our beloved Sydney, Australia. 

    The screening is a feature piece in FotoWeek DC’s epic roll-out of events, talks and displays. This piece is proudly presented by the Australian Government.

    Sydney Seen Completed by the Media Arts Collective, Plum Jungle…

    Photography by Pete Longworth
    Music by Michael K. Chin
    Animation by Christopher Baron

    http://LifeonTopofHydePark.com

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    'Sydney Seen' by #PlumJungle @ FotoWeek DC!A HUGE 70 foot outdoor projection of the acclaimed ‘Sydney Seen’ piece. Take a very unique tour of our beloved Sydney, Australia. The screening is a feature piece in FotoWeek DC’s epic roll-out of events, talks and displays. This piece is proudly presented by the Australian Government.I caught a glimpse of the projection space on Monday. It is a massive limestone wall in downtown DC. Amidst the autumn colours a 20,000 lumen projector will fire the animated artwork from the roof of a neighbouring building. The scene is quite exquisite!Think hot chocolate, fine company and pizza!For those of you not quite in the vicinity… you can grab a glimpse of the work on my brand NEW website! Under the film tab, second last piece on the right. Enjoy : )Sydney Seen Completed by the Media Arts Collective, Plum Jungle…Photography by Pete LongworthMusic by Michael K. ChinAnimation by Christopher Baron

    'Sydney Seen' by #PlumJungle @ FotoWeek DC!

    A HUGE 70 foot outdoor projection of the acclaimed ‘Sydney Seen’ piece. Take a very unique tour of our beloved Sydney, Australia. 

    The screening is a feature piece in FotoWeek DC’s epic roll-out of events, talks and displays. This piece is proudly presented by the Australian Government.

    I caught a glimpse of the projection space on Monday. It is a massive limestone wall in downtown DC. Amidst the autumn colours a 20,000 lumen projector will fire the animated artwork from the roof of a neighbouring building. The scene is quite exquisite!

    Think hot chocolate, fine company and pizza!

    For those of you not quite in the vicinity… you can grab a glimpse of the work on my brand NEW website! Under the film tab, second last piece on the right. Enjoy : )


    Sydney Seen Completed by the Media Arts Collective, Plum Jungle…

    Photography by Pete Longworth
    Music by Michael K. Chin
    Animation by Christopher Baron

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    doreese said: Are you using a lomo action sampler camera??

    i use a combination of iphone camera apps, sometimes even using them to layer effects over the effect of the previous one i’ve saved out ;) my top favs have to be quad camera (lomo-esque effects), tilt shift generator, camera bag (some awesome retro effects), and panolab!

    i <3 my iphone 

    thanks for asking [(=^ . ^=)]

    <3 Tokyo♥-In 

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    Shooting Pete’s next panorama of New York City from the rooftop of a friends warehouse apartment in Willamsburg. We’re always thinking of the next project(s) and working towards making it happen!

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    Taken from the rooftop of Kerry’s apartment block with spectacular views over-looking Williamsburg across the river to NYC. Pete was using a special computer-motorised panorama tripod. You program the beginning & end-points of the frame and let it do its magic!

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    On the rooftop of Kerry&#8217;s Willamsburg apartment, NYC shooting a panorama w/Pete Longworth. The massive eye in the far left frame is part of a crow spray-painted on the water tower. I&#8217;ll have to post some other pics of it so you can see it all.

    On the rooftop of Kerry’s Willamsburg apartment, NYC shooting a panorama w/Pete Longworth. The massive eye in the far left frame is part of a crow spray-painted on the water tower. I’ll have to post some other pics of it so you can see it all.

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    This looks amazing! Can&#8217;t wait till Pete &amp; I get to shoot the Panorama of NYC! (thanks for sharing this House of NYC)(via houseofnyc) This looks amazing! Can’t wait till Pete & I get to shoot the Panorama of NYC! (thanks for sharing this House of NYC)

    (via houseofnyc)

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