Creativity either touches a person or pushes them away. Rarely is there a middle ground.
Our son Parker, with his friends Will Walsh and Teddy Saunders, just posted their documentary of Burning Man as seen through Dr. Seuss goggles. I’m proud of their accomplishment in producing such an ambitious project and obviously connecting with so many viewers. On Facebook, Burning Man is already calling it one of the top festival films for 2011.
I’m also amazed by the comments this short film is receiving on YouTube and Redit video. The reactions are an interesting study at how people embrace or fear creativity.
Where does this film take you?
at 9:37 am
I love it – attending Burning Man under the guise of “work”. Truly a chip of the old block. Well done Parker.
(Great video, by the way)
at 10:16 pm
Leveraging play time to get the work done – genius!
at 8:17 am
Gotta love it!