Author Archives for John Carmody

dogHeaven

July 17, 2014 12:59 am Published by Comments Off on dogHeaven

Audio Collage - "dogHeaven" is a black-humor’d live take on Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial, with Stalinist show-trial overtones and a groovy exotic beat. I played all the instruments except the drums (John Orem) and built all the samples.


Organizing For Innovation

July 18, 2014 2:32 am Published by Comments Off on Organizing For Innovation

This client specialized in innovation management. I delivered an elegant corporate identity and strategic blueprint for furthering the client's strategy, message and goals. This solution is RWD, built with a 100% custom Bootstrap theme in Wordpress.


Interactive: Image Gallery Photowall

January 15, 2014 1:02 am Published by Comments Off on Interactive: Image Gallery Photowall

Inspired by the fireflies in my backyard, this experimental responsive gallery uses JavaScript; AJAX & Bootstrap to serve up samples of my photography. Picture this as a very large horizontal or vertical interactive screen, with all content animating in the DOM, where you can filter and interact with it.


Interactive Genealogy Exhibition & Archives

July 7, 2014 5:01 pm Published by Comments Off on Interactive Genealogy Exhibition & Archives

This is a feature-rich genealogy framework w/interactive family trees; digital maps; galleries; timelines; 8mm home movies; restored 78s; census records; manifests; detailed research, and much more. This high-end secure CMS solution uses the latest and greatest, scales to any size (screen, data-set and audience) and is entertaining and educational.


Resolution No. One

April 11, 2018 1:56 am Published by Comments Off on Resolution No. One

ORIGINAL VIDEO: When I constructed this piece I was Influenced by Salvador Dali, Man Ray, Edward Hopper, The Who & others. Resolution No. One reflects brooding mood and intensity, solitude and anonymity. Listen closely to the soundscape: all the water, wind & bird sounds are signals from shortwave and pirate radio stations. (Photography + soundtrack © John Carmody)


Time-Lapse Fourth of July – the Grand Old Flag

July 1, 2014 1:59 am Published by Comments Off on Time-Lapse Fourth of July – the Grand Old Flag

Happy Fourth of July! Please enjoy this video short on the proper care and nurturing of the U.S. flag, in luxurious time-lapse. Video © John Carmody. “You're A Grand Old Flag” by George M. Cohan, 1933, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" by John Philip Sousa (turn on your speakers.)


The Secret of Happiness and Virtue

July 1, 2014 2:09 am Published by Comments Off on The Secret of Happiness and Virtue

Time lapse experiments in/around Washington, Maryland's Eastern Shore and Ground Zero, NYC. Turn on your speakers. Look for hints of French impressionism, Soviet constructivism, American pop art, Japanese Imperialist re-education and the global surveillance state.


Neon Sugar Dance

July 17, 2014 1:08 am Published by Comments Off on Neon Sugar Dance

Electric Neon Go Go Girls Make A Break For It…This is happened-upon footage I shot during a college football game.


Anti War Protest – Washington DC

July 17, 2014 1:35 am Published by Comments Off on Anti War Protest – Washington DC

"You believe in what you do?!" Growing up in Washington, D.C. you get used to national news being local, especially when it comes to war. These are scenes from a 2003 war protest here in the District. This particular event featured participants both pro- and anti-, much bitterness emerged quickly on all fronts. Using audio and video, I wanted to capture and present the nightmarish quality of the surroundings.


I Still Remember My TV

July 15, 2014 6:13 pm Published by Comments Off on I Still Remember My TV

I gave up TV in 1992. Living without the extensions of modern media garbage is a luxury I urge you to embrace. This video combines physics, dissatisfaction and insanity to represent how those who’ve not yet pulled the plug are utterly wasting their lives. I wrote and played all the instruments except for the drums and cello, and built the samples,


Resolution No. 78

July 17, 2014 1:33 am Published by Comments Off on Resolution No. 78

Ever heard of the Collyer Brothers? This is a time-lapse rumination on the ruination of pop culture – the discarding and obsolescence of perfectly good media types and content. Un-planned and backwards, this is a complaint about how modern popular culture is garbage, and that generally what was, was better.