While spending approximately 36 hours in Bremerton at famed Monkey Trench Studios, owned by legendary punk stalwart Mike Herrera, the guys and I sporadically decided to shoot a music video. With some serious limitations (my DSLR w/ video was in the repair shop) we set out to tackle this obstacle and still create something visually interesting. As we started talking, I had an idea to pay homage to the cult classic movie "Serenity", which opens with a 5 minute long scene, shot all in one cut, walking through the space ship, introducing each character, while never once cutting to a different camera. We achieved this result, shooting with a single GoPro, fixed to a microphone stand, held in my right hand. In my left, I held an LED Video light, purposely meant to "wash out" the artist, Mr. Jesse Lawson. I wanted this to look really raw, even to the point that the band decided that we shouldn't crop out the one faux pas from the shoot-- my hand in the bathroom mirror reflection. After a few test runs without the camera, we had each person set with their purpose in the video. I started the camera rolling and immediately backed up into a chair, falling over. I paused and started again, and from that point, the guys nailed it in one take. I merged the audio track with the video, converted to Black and White, adjusted the contrast a bit, and uploaded to Youtube. Without any further adieu, here it is. For as imperfect as it is, I'm really proud of the intent and purpose with which it was planned and shot. And, the song is killer. Enjoy.