31.08.09 by Jeff

Project #8 – COYB

So it took me all summer but I finally wrapped up editing Project #8 – the Choir Of Young Believers music video! Footage came in all shapes and sizes and it was definitely tricky dealing with it all but it all worked out. It looks like everyone had a blast!!!

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View the final video below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • http://www.saymayday.com matt

    Nice job!! Looks great Jeff!

  • renan

    looks good man! i can tell you put some of that hamada touch! props!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      hahah i did my best!

  • TedSays

    Love the B-Boys and somethings gotta be said for the traveling percussionist.

    Cheers

  • http://danielacarvalhoh.blogspot.com/ daniela.

    haaa…its great!
    i love the puppets!!

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  • http://www.lunchmeat.cz el cubo

    whouuuu, i like it so much!!!! it has so great atmosphere!!!

  • http://www.kimberleychan.com/blog Kim

    Glove puppets are the best 😀

  • http://www.badintentionsdesign.com fili

    Great Job, with the editing Jeff. And definitely a cool project.

  • http://www.unruly.ca Katy McDevitt

    Oh, that is very happy-making, for true.

  • lapetitefaon

    This makes my heart so happy. Those hand puppets are insane. I love them. And also really like the drawing of the keyboard/drums on paper being played!

  • http://batijuampe.blogspot.com/ JPSS

    Beautifull!! Lifefull

  • http://www.theriffraffs.ca daylan

    great job jeff and everyone involved with this project!

  • http://iamnotamorningperson.wordpress.com Erica

    Looks awesome! :)

  • http://coroflot.com/cwbenfung Cho-Wai Ben Fung

    Awesome! Everyone is having a good time on the video.

  • Caitlin

    This is so great! It makes me wish I hadn’t procrastinated and actually sent in footage :/
    Especially love the puppets and the printed out lyrics.

  • Emily

    Great great work! 😀

  • emily

    awesome, really made me smile, absolutely brilliant

    im starting to wish i had got involved =(

  • http://www.malouma.blogspot.com malouma

    great video jeff!…love it!

  • http://rob.com rob

    nnnnnnniiiiice

  • Joel

    Awesome!! Really great video, and awesome song as well…

  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick

    great video man ! really enjoyed participating

  • Noor Issa

    Ahhhhhhhhh… I missed the deadline … Wanted to be part of this got swamped with WORK! I loved it, it’s great:) I love the ideas and the funky group with all the stylin and bright colors:) Is there another project as such? Let me know I wanna go nutsssssssss

  • FaLLo

    great job!!

  • ni kol

    mmm mmm, sticky, warm, fuzzies.

  • Addi

    I love all the change of scenery in this video :) Nice editing Jeff!

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    im glad you guys like it! it might be a bit before there’s another video project haha this took way longer than i would have liked but i love the submissions and am happy with how it turned out!

  • http://www.tinypalace.net jadams

    YES. That just made my day! Awesome work and a great process. All involved must be really happy with it — Cheers for the good vibes — and wishing many back to you.

  • Sascha

    “Universe, you’ve done it again!”

    Universe = Jeff Hamada

    Really well done!

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    thanks you guys – i would definitely like to try another video project at some point (not right away) – i learned a bunch of things/ways to improve the process so this is just the beginning

  • Darlene

    A big round of applause! *Clap! Clap! Clap!*
    And the puppets are so cute. 😀

  • Jordan

    Haha this is really great! Well put together Jeff :)

    The puppets were really cute but a lot of the footage (spinning especially) gave me a serious headache..

    Nonetheless, I loved it.

  • http://twitter.com/reubensam Reuben

    Great job! What a perfect song for the summer. Bring on the next project I can’t wait :)

  • AdamK.Wilson

    Wow! Great work everyone! Turned out amazing, super props to everyone involved.

  • http://twitter.com/raymondroman Raymond Roman

    Damn, I wanted to be apart of this. Maybe next time? If there is a next time. Glad to see this all come together though! Great job!!

  • http://grapefruktmane.tumblr.com Sofia

    Oh my days this is awesome!

  • ANGEL

    Really, really great!!
    Awesome job to all those who contributed.

  • maisie

    loved it!

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  • http://www.myspace.com/brandonkiddo mahir

    I’m so glad that i’m a part of this funky video!
    great editing JEFF!

    tiger boi

    =D

  • hanna

    hey!
    was just wondering.. this doesn’t seem to be their official video?

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