Good morning everyone! This is one Huntington Beach Wedding Photographer that plans on doing a “rinse and repeat” with today’s West Coast Wednesday Video Of The Week.
Last week, I took a stroll down memory lane & was inspired to share with you one of my favourite artists; Moby that I totally fell in love with when I was introduced to him living up in Portland.
Well… I have great news for you! Last week, I received an email from Moby’s website letting me know that his new music video for the song: “The Day” featuring Heather Graham from his forthcoming album & photo book (Yup! Moby is an avid photographer too!); “Destroyed” to be released.
Just in case you didn’t catch last week’s West Coast Wednesday Video Of The Week with Moby and his history, here is his biography from his website again. I absolutely love it!
“moby was born in new york city, but grew up in connecticut, where he started making music when he was 9 years old. he started out playing classical guitar and studied music theory, and then went on to play with seminal connecticut hardcore punk group ‘the vatican commandoes’ when he was 14. he then played with post-punk band ‘awol’ while studying philosophy at the university of connecticut and suny purchase. he started dj’ing while attending college, and was a fixture in the late 80′s new york house and hip-hop scenes, dj’ing at clubs such as mars, red zone, mk, and the palladium.
he released his first single, ‘go’ in 1991 (listed as one of rolling stones best records of all time), and has been making albums ever since. his own records have sold over 20,000,000 copies worldwide, and he’s also produced and remixed scores of other artists, including david bowie, metallica, the beastie boys, public enemy, among others.
moby has toured extensively, playing well over 3,000 concerts in his career. he has also had his music used in hundreds of different films, including ‘heat’, ‘any given sunday’, ‘tomorrow never dies’, and ‘the beach’, among others.
currently he’s touring in support of his most recent album, ‘wait for me’, as well as working closely with a variety of different charities, including the humane society and the institute for music and neurologic function.”
But before you check out this week’s West Coast Wednesday Video Of The Week and you’re thinking… Hey – I’d really like to get to know this Huntington Beach Wedding Photographer that loves 80′s music, fashion, photography and art, feel free to contact me anytime.
I’m available just about 24/7 via Twitter, Facebook, the form on my contact page, or the old fashioned phone as well at 888.ESQ.PHTO (888.377.7486) or 562.225.5915.
So without further ado from Huntington Beach, I give you Moby with “The Day” and the behind the scenes footage as well. Feel free to sit back with your favourite morning beverage and enjoy the music from Moby and kick off your West Coast Wednesday positively in Orange County, Huntington Beach, Los Angeles or another part of this huge planet that we’re all a part of.
Have an awesome West Coast Wednesday and also remember to make it a totally positive one for someone else too – cheers!
PS, If you missed it last Monday, be sure to check out the totally fun & awesome Katrina O’Donnell who I recently worked with as the wedding photographer for Bernadette & Vlad’s wedding day on the latest episode of “How To Make The Most Out Of Your Wedding Day” – where she’s sharing some terrific advice on how to save some time, some money & your sanity planning your wedding.
PSS, Totally check out the video program; Photo Night Live from the UK that I was a guest on. YEAH!!! Be sure to read the Story about it and the program episode. We had a total blast and there was beer involved too at 11:00 a.m.! Well… Not by me, but the guys in the UK were already at the end of their day. LOL!
PPSS, I know I’ve been sharing a really awesome quote with you; “The people who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world… are the ones who do.” and thought I would share another one with you that I love. It’s from the movie; “Knight’s Tale” with the late Heath Ledger. It is: “A Man Can Change His Stars.” Now that is empowering!