Journal, Stills

A Strange Night When We Were Visited By A Man With A Horse Head

A fairly resounding day with me presenting to a class of nine, 14 year old students a compact, two hour introduction to making documentaries and some erstwhile tips to surviving the process. It was a lot to condense, and I didn’t have that much time to prepare, but if you can be bothered to look through the presentation, there are links at the end of it that points to the examples I used to highlight what documentaries could be.

After that, it was off to a social gathering organised by my church‘s young adults’ network. I thought it was quite a nice gathering from folk, and I caught up with a few leaders who were older than me, and we talked about my decision to start teaching (in September). I suppose it was kind of cathartic for me, and also introspective to listen to the accounts of people who have been there before me.

So there was food, and there were sodas, someone made incredible cheesecakes (that were generous with the crumbly base.) But things really picked up when my friend showed up with his incredible “Horse Head”. If you wear this, you inadvertently turn into Horse Head Man. Here are the pictures:

Horse Head Man
“To kill a Horse Head Man”

Lens: Helga Viking
Film: Pisitl

Horse Head Man
“Let all creation sing..”

Lens: Helga Viking
Film: Pistil

Horse Head Man
“Validation”

Lens: Helga Viking
Film: Pistil

Horse Head Man
“Nothing to see here”

Lens: Quadcamera

If you would like, you can view the rest of the set here. –> link

And lastly, I was just thinking, before I die, or after I die, I would like to publish all my personal entries into a book entitled “The Published Work Of The Misadventures Of Brian Leery.”

Or something like that.

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