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Garrett Gibbons
Works at Aderyn Productions
Attended Brigham Young University
Lives in seattle, wa
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I had a ton of fun creating this music video for the remix of "Plastic Heaven" with Andrew Joslyn, featuring Saturday Night Live's Chris Kattan, as well as cameos on the broken old television set by Spencer Abrom, Sonya Tsekanovsky, Kitty Kitty Bang Bang and others.

This video ties in to the original version of the song (link below in the comments), and also ties in to another upcoming release also starring Chris Kattan. It's been a creative rush to create several projects that all work together to create a world and an environment that reflects the stories and emotions on the full-length album that's coming out early next year.

Please check it out!
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Check out this story I filmed about Aeham, a Syrian musician who is now a refugee in Germany. #tsosrefugees
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Opening 54 packs in Hearthstone: Whispers of the Old Gods!
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My favorite #Hearthstone deck! #MillRogue tutorial and gameplay. @playhearthstone
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My latest music video! “Sugar Pills” by Erica Cooper, filmed in Seattle and on Bainbridge Island. Enjoy the ride!
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I filmed a simple adaptation of this dance routine, performed by the Youth Premier team at Pacific Ballroom Dance. Check it out!

#dance   #dancesport   #roninm   #gimbal   #bmpcc   #seattle   #DJIronin   #DJIroninm  
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Check out my latest music video, "Plastic Heaven" by Andrew Joslyn! This video had a 1960s glam vibe, and was an amazingly fun project to direct.
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Here's a music video I shot for Explone. Check it out!!
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I directed this music video for artist +Jay Tighe , featuring MMA champion Keith Kirkwood!
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This isn't a movie trailer. It's a movie summary.
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How Facebook is stealing billions of video views and a fortune in ad revenue.
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This is Dan. He has a DeLorean that he rents out, but he keeps it on special occasions like today, Oct 21 2015, also known as "Back to the Future" day. I met him briefly just before he went into Bainbridge Cinemas to see a special screening of "Back to the Future 2."

"I was trying to tell my wife that this is way bigger than the Super Bowl. This is like if there were only one Super Bowl, and it were today. It's that big. It's the biggest day."

He has a custom Flux Capacitor installed in the back, along with a few other special additions.

Dan is asking people to donate to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. 

https://www.michaeljfox.org/get-involved/donation2.php
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Photographer, Filmmaker, Writer
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  • Aderyn Productions
    Director, 2008 - present
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seattle, wa
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bainbridge island, wa - malaga, spain - nerja, spain - provo, utah - seville, spain
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Music video director, dance and wedding photographer at Aderyn Productions (www.aderyn.com). Seattle, WA.
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Music video director, Filmmaker, Photographer, Dancer. Seattle, WA.
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  • Brigham Young University
    Linguistics BA, 2003 - 2007
    Minors: Hebrew, Dance
  • Brigham Young University
    Humanities (Film & Literature), 2007 - 2009
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Nice spot. No seating. Worst hot chocolate I have ever had.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Youth mentorship through formation ballroom dance. There is a strong community here, and I never leave in a bad mood, nor do our kids.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Feels like home.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Cool little place. Great staff, delicious and inexpensive lunch. The Greek fries are awesome!
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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I don't get excited about food, in general. It just isn't a thing I get excited about. The chicken shawarma pita here makes me very excited. You must try this place.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I hare this place. First, the good: Dr Egashira and Dr Steele are wonderful people to work with. The bad: The front staff and optician staff are awful. There is one older optician lady with dark hair who was excellent, but she seems to have moved on. I used to get my glasses from Dr Egashira in the 90s as a teenager so I came here first when I moved back to Bainbridge. She wasn't available so Dr Steele checked my eyes and gave me a new prescription (even though I didn't feel like I needed one, she said it was required). I paid $450 or so for some new glasses, and waited a week or two while the glasses were prepared. When they arrived, one of the lenses was clearly wrong: it was fully blurry. The other lens seemed correct. I took them in and was told by the younger optician lady that my eyes just needed to adjust to the new lenses, which is insane considering I had one one lens giving me problems and the other was perfectly fine (my prescription hadn't really changed over time). She wouldn't talk to me further until two more days had passed. After two days, she still didn't believe me, but took the glasses back. She tested them and assured me that they were perfectly to spec (pun intended) for my prescription. She ended up ordering replacements, which were also bad. Finally, Dr Steele did another eye exam (thankfully this one was free because I don't have vision insurance and this was getting very expensive), and discovered that - whoops! - someone in the office had mistakenly written down my prescription for that eye as +3.25 for astigmatism, instead of +2.25. There is the problem! She apologized and ordered new lenses. Another 10-12 days passed by bringing this event to a duration of a few months (meanwhile I'm using junk glasses from 10+ years ago because my more recent ones had broken, thus the trip to the eye doctor). The new ones came and were correct! yay! Mind you: my prescription hadn't actually changed and this process should have taken 2-3 days to just order new ones based on the existing prescription, but no - they have to milk us for all we are worth and accidentally created some significant complications. The new glasses had a strong orange color cast to them. I am a photographer and work closely with color values and this was a problem, because it shifted all color in a very noticeable way. I asked why they were orange. I was told that it was because of a coating that minimizes blue light from computer screens (makes sense to throw some orange on there to block the blue), but that it is invisible so I was making it up. I insisted that the orange was highly visible and I wouldn't just make this kind of thing up, but they turned me away and treated me like a troll. Then the crappy glasses frames ($450 shouldn't be crappy) began to lose screws. They would loosen up after a few weeks and I'd have to tighten them up. But one day I got to a screw too late and it fell out. I couldn't find it anywhere so I called and asked what kind of screw to replace it with. "Just come in and we'll help you out!" she said. Well, that works for one occasion, but I want to use these frames for many years and I would like to be able to do my own repairs if I'm out of the country or something. She couldn't tell me anything about the screws, she said. So I went in and she put a screw in. Yay! This new screw is way too long and sticks through the far side and juts out so it catches on things occasionally. Annoying, but fine. But wait, there's more! This screw works itself loose every week or so, so I am tightening it down way more frequently than the others on the frame. Yesterday I scratched my lens while out of state. I called and asked how much replacement lenses would cost. They told me that my prescription had expired and they can't give me new lenses unless I get another eye exam. I am furious. Don't go here. Just don't. Dr Egashira is brilliant and kind, Dr Steele is awesome and seems great, but this staff and these office policies are just a nightmare. There are too many good places to go; stay away.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Reasonably priced, recently-updated car wash equipment, and the employee uses a brush for wheels and touch-ups. Vacuum cleaners operated by coin are on site as well.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago