Tuesday, November 18, 2008

WIA Video

Here is a short 3.25 minute video with scenes from the WIA conference. Some of the interviews are hard to hear, but hey, it's my first video. Hope you like it!

In order of appearance:
Matt Vanderlist (press & show attendee)
Don Weber
Adam Cherubini
Mike Wenzloff (saw sharpening)
Jim Leamy (plane)
Phillip Edwards (plane)
John Economaki (jointmaster)
Adam Cherubini
Harrelson Stanley
Craig Stevens (press & show attendee)
Unknown (show attendee)
Blue Spruce (marking knives)
Don McConnell
Adam Cherubini (tool chest)
Jim Blauvelt & Harrelson Stanley
Adam Cheribini
Mark (I'm sorry, I didn't get your last name!) from Maryland (show attendee)
Michel Auriou (making a file)
Joe DesLauriers from North Carolina (show attendee)
Phillip Edwards
Don McConnell
Mike Siemsen from Minnesota (show attendee)
Adam Cherubini
Mike Hancock
Chris Schwarz
Frank Klausz
Adam Cherubini
Konrad Sauer
Roy Underhill
Frank Klausz, Roy Underhill, and Mike Dunbar video

17 comments:

Vic Hubbard said...

What great fun, Kari!! Maybe next year:(

The Village Idiot said...

"Hey Everett, they turned him into a TOAD"! Great song and it goes with it too. Looks like a great time had by all.

VI

EMBO said...

Great work, Kari! Although I don't know how many men there were of "constant sorrow", except when they couldn't buy one of each from the Marketplace. ;) I'm sorry my husband and I turned you down for interviews--next year we'll be prepared!

johnjoiner said...

Now I'm even more envious.

I chuckled at how you made it look like Adam Cherubini spent the whole weekend ripping that board.

David Pruett said...

Kari -

Excellent coverage of the conference. From those of us unfortunate not to attend, I thank you for a glimpse of a very cool event!

David
The Folding Rule
foldingrule.blogspot.com

Bill Satko said...

Nice editing job. I believe the person helping Adam was a little worried about being sawed in half!

Stephen Shepherd said...

VC,

Nice job on the video, I have seen other pictures but yours made it a little more personal.

Thanks.

Stephen

The Village Carpenter said...

There was so much going on at the conference, not just at the seminars, but at the marketplace as well. And I think you can tell from the video that it wasn't that crowded, even though there were about 400 of us, meaning there were lots of opportunities to try out the handtools.

EMBO, it was nice to meet you and your husband--I'll interview you next year. : )

I wish I could have found a way to post a higher res version of the video. It's crystal clear in imovie, but pretty fuzzy on the blog. If anyone knows how to post a better version, please let me know. Thanks!

Larry Marshall said...

Wonderful video, Kari. Very nicely edited. Where did the great music come from?

Cheers --- Larry Marshall

The Great Ethan Allen said...

that music is from "o brother where arrt thou" lol. Look at all the hand tools! talk about intimidating! great video!

The Village Carpenter said...

"O Brother Where Art Thou" has an excellent soundtrack. If you haven't seen the movie, I highly recommend it.

Bob Easton said...

Great video Kari! Love that music too.

It was a very pleasing "first time" video. Impressive!

Since I don't use Blogger, I don't know if there is a higher resolution answer for video. One thing you might try, in your copious free time, is the resolution options on YouTube. Then, link or embed the YouTube clip.

The Village Carpenter said...

Thanks, Bob! I took your advice and tried to upload to YouTube, but I received notification that it was denied due to a copyright violation. Apparently, I'm not allowed to use the song w/o permission. Ooops.

George Beck said...

Kari

A great pleasure to meet you. I love the video. I actually took a 6 foot shaving with my new Michio Tasai plane so I am pretty stoked. (I have this "thing" about all things hand planned). Keep blogging

George

Philly said...

Kari
Great video - many thanks! And yes, I laughed out loud when I saw my "plane temptation" scene :)
Great to meet you - keep up the good work,
Philly

The Village Carpenter said...

George and Philly, it was great to meet both of you! George, I suffer from the same "thing" regarding handplanes. ; )
Philly, your plane temptation scene was awesome! I still giggle when I watch it.

Furnitude said...

Great movie, Kari! You're already a pro.