Our heroine arrives at the shore of mysterious country, following the signs on her search to save her lost love.
Massive soundscapes inspire massive visuals. I write music to provoke emotions. I call it moody indie swoon pop. windmills keep moving.
Vast and explorative, "Shame" is pushing through the mistakes we've made as imperfect beings in the pursuit of love, even in the face of great personal risk. Expansive aerial shots and intimate close-ups of our heroin while she traverses ocean, wilderness, mountains and eventually another dimension using strange technical or magical objects.
I bring years of experience, unique networks, and creative problem solving to any project.
We've been friends since Cory began Windmills years ago and we've watched each other grow creatively through that time. I find a kindred spirit in the way Cory structures his songs with (literal and figurative) layers and meaning. I know the combination storytelling of his sounds and my vision will create a genuine adventure, epic in scope.
The voting period is open May 4-18. Windmills is on a cross-Canada Tour May 1-16 that includes a CMW Showcase and a radio bookings in Montreal. Marketing in each city, neighbourhood, and appearance he makes will gain notoriety for both his performance and the STORYHIVE project. We will make sure our video is front-of-mind while he, along with tour mates Van Damsel, will remind concert goers and radio listeners to visit STORYHIVE and vote throughout their performances, raising awareness for the project and both bands.
Windmills has above average engagement on Facebook and Twitter. Playing to those strengths as well as creating exclusive behind-the-scenes content for Instagram and Snapchat while in pre-production and on-set will share our story, struggles and successes along the way. Engaging followers with our #mistakeworthrepeating campaign to see the crazy things they've done for life and using a clear call-to-action to vote on each post.
Micro-video apps shorten videos to 3-15 seconds which is ideal for sharing with Twitter, Instagram and Vine. Our project requires some awesome visual effects that we’re doing tests for right now. Sharing these clips and progress videos in real time with a larger audience, especially on Vine and Facebook, where they automatically play as a user scrolls past, we’ll continue to generate interest in Storyhive and our project.