Outrageous Audio

This video isn’t very good quality- but then again, it wasn’t that good to begin with! This is a local Portland, Oregon ad that plays late at night. It’s so bad that it actually transcends badness to reach back around and become entertaining again. The music, the word art, the scrolling text and the over-the-top guy combine to be the perfect storm of advertising. I’m thinking it’s a good thing that this only plays late at night and once in a blue moon- that guy would get so freaking annoying if you had to watch this more than once or twice!

oh, and check out their website. Classic.

The Davis Christmas Card Picture


This was the holiday photo sent out to all our family last year. An old-timey, blue-grassy Abbey Road rendition with the bro’s. How could we possibly top this? Well, this weekend we will finally be able to convene the Davis Brain Trust, and let me tell you, shit will go down. So stay tuned. More to follow.

Coconut Bliss, oh how I love you.

Now that my campaigns project is over, I honestly don’t know what to do with myself or all this time I have. I’ve settled on sleeping a lot, procrastinating, and stress-eating entire gingerbread villages. That, and reminiscing over the project I was so excited to be done with. This is a video of our in-person research, the Coconut Bliss Taste Test.

Joy, Enough to Go ‘Round

This is such a catchy tune! I’ve had it stuck in my head since last Saturday when I went to see Quantum of Solace…for the second time. My favorite part is “you’re beautiful….I love you”, and the look on that girl’s face is classic.

I LOVE my new camera.

So, my new camera was worth the investment… and entirely worth the wait. I can already feel my creative juices percolating. Now all I need is the time to pursue these little projects I have in mind. Maybe the winter break will give me a reprieve from stress and [here’s hoping!] a chance to really go after inspiration and finding a muse. These days, it’s been the fall foliage here on campus- a good reminder of why I fell in love with the University of Oregon in the first place.