Female Artist in My Record Collection

I share my favorite female artist for Women International Day (March 8). Françoise Hardy is a French artist from the 60’s, she has over 27 albums, a life time of creating music. I own three of her albums and still collecting records I come across from her. She creates such beautiful music. Next, I share one of the first albums I ever owned, Mazzy Star, a rock band from the 90’s. Fade into You was a song that caught my attention while watching Angus, a teen pop film from 1995.Hope you enjoy my vinyl shares this week. Albums in my Collection: Françoise Hardy Message personnel 1973 La Question 1971 Mazzy Star So Tonight That I Might See 1993

CD Collection Haul, Goodwill cds I've found this season

I share the cds I’ve picked up from goodwill trips, and give a small review of each album that I’ve spent time with. Many times I take a chance on some albums since the cost is a few bucks. Sometimes I am lucky and end up really enjoying the album, other times I walk away with just one song I enjoyed. Albums I added to my collection this season My Morning Jacket Z 2005 Moby Everything is Wrong 1995 Adele 25 2015 Death Cab for Cutie Plans 2005 Death Cab for Cutie Codes and Keys 2011 Death Cab for Cutie The Photo Album 2001 Justin Bieber Purpose 2015 Garden State Soundtrack 2004 Halsey Badlands 2015 Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited 1965 Illinois Sufjan Stevens 2005 Simon & Garfunkel The Concert in Central Park 1982 Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication 1999 Radiohead Hail to the Thief 2003 Third Eye Blind Out of Vain 2007 Josh Groban Noel 2007

Thriftstore hunting for my music collection

I go on a hunt to discover some new music and revisit music I loved but forgot about. Goodwill can often be a place to discover cds and donated records. It takes time to dig in the pile but once in a while I find some hidden treasures. *To anyone who notices the small details in videos, my toddler disappears because I dropped her off at grandmas. Music Added to my collection on this adventures. Artist: Nat King Cole Album: The Best of Release date: October 18, 1994 Artist: Red Hot Chili Peppers Album: Californication Released: 1999 Artist: Aretha Franklin Album: The Very Best Of Released: 1994 Artist: The Wedding Singer Album: Soundtrack Released: 1998 Artist: Fiona Apple Album: Tidal Released: 1996

Hunting for Vinyl and Cds

I go record hunting this weekend to find some new music. I visit my local record store with my toddler to find some vintage music. Day 2 I invite my friend Christina to join me, a 90’s music expert and musician her self shares with me her favorite 90’s rock artist and alternative rock albums. We visit Uplands new record store called Dr. Strange (Punk Rock Record Store) and Pennylane Record Shop The albums I collected this time around: Johnny Cash – San Quentin Performance 1969 Kings of Convenience – Riot on an Empty Street 2004 Miike Snow – iii 2016 Christina’s Collection Phil Collins – Greatest Hits released 1998

Sharing Music Favorites from YouTube Comments

I went through my comments to find some awesome music recommendations from the vinyl community, I give a review of the artist/album and hope to introduce to you some new music to check out. Thank you to everyone who shares music with me, I still have a few to go through. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Find me on Instagram @moniemuse Radio Dept Clinging to a Scheme (2010) Kurt Vile Walking on a Pretty Daze (2013) Built to Spill Keep it like a Secret (1999) Melanie Safka Left Over Wine (1969) This Mortal Coil Song: Song to the Siren (1984) Avril Lavigne Head Above Water (2019) Micheal Kiwanuka Love & Hate (2016)

Vinyl Tag 2020 | Shout out

I share my record collection (and including some cds as well) in 2020 Vinyl Tag. I picked a few of the vinyl community questions to answer. I also share some of my top 3 favorite vinyl community channels. This episode shows what type of music I collect and why. Vinyl tag Best find of 2019 – Tim Buckley Favorite album of 2019 – Maggie Rogers Novelty record – Smallville soundtrack B-side – The Radio Dept Wish I was there (live concert) – Bon Iver ii Repress Record – Beatles Discography – Coldplay & Washed out Music Book recommendation – Bob Dylan Underrated album – Iron and Wine Album with a good batting average – Radiohead Album turning 20 – Moby Podcast with the story: https://feeds.megaphone.fm/heavyweight

Women Conference Trailer

One of the most challenging projects I would do every year are the Women’s Conference trailer, these videos were an important part of the creative direction the conference would take on. I would set the tone and pace, build up excitement and inspire. Here are a few I did in the past.

Epic Countdown

Days before I went into labor with my first child, I finished this project for a women’s conference, the idea was to use all the promotional footage and create a countdown to the start of the conference. It would be the last project I create for The Rock Church, a good way to end with a bang! The LED screen was going to be the largest it’s ever been, so the video was created for that display.

Gail Business Story

I met Gail while interviewing her for a church project. She later asked me to put together her business story. We worked together to capture her passion to honor the hero’s of this country.

I filmed Gail and interviewed her for a giving campaign, I was given the task to edit her story and also capture her heart to give.

Lyric Videos

One of my favorite things to do is to create nothing out of something.
Usually that means I am spending a few days in After Effects, animating shapes and figuring out how to do what I see in my head.

I created this Lyric Video for a Christmas service.

Conference Opener

Through out the years I was asked to create a video that would open up a women’s conference to communicated the theme for the year. Often time I was asked to cover specific details and make them into an entertaining piece. This video was accompany with a live dance.

Yearly Recap Video

I worked at The Rock Church and World Outreach Center for 12 years. I spent most of my time creating videos from nothing. Usually I would start with an idea, develop it into a script and began to piece something together. What I enjoyed the most while working at the Rock was those around me believed and trust me to make videos from my own creativity and ideas as well as lead the video team. I appreciated the freedom and the opportunity to use my time working there to learn so much about producing videos. We were always busy there and I enjoyed the busyness. Here is one of many I made there recapping the year.