Hey everyone, here’s a music video I threw together using pictures I’d taken and some footage taken at the event.
If you liked the music, please head on over to No Copyright Sounds on their website to check out more and support these amazing people who make such rocking tunes for us to enjoy and make music videos with!
Hey everyone! Another year has come and gone, and this year was a great year to go. While many guests had to cancel, as it’s the nature of the beast where work on a show comes before a convention, we had plenty others who came and helped to make Calgary Expo a great experience for all.
Overall though, I mainly talked about the stuff I bought as well as the couple of media guests I talked with.
Now, if you want to support the artists I talked about, I’d highly recommend checking out their websites and giving them your money. They’re great people, highly talented, and just so darn cool overall.
Chloe Erza can be found here.
Terry Huddleston can be found here.
Hey everyone, here’s my music video about the awesome event in Atlanta, Georgia, DragonCon!
The music used in this video was made by Sim Gretina and TeknoAxe, who make and provide their music for free and want only credit! I highly recommend you check out the tracks and the rest of their work, they’re cool people.
Super Sinister Electric Loop Remastered
Mystery Skulls – Freaking Out (Sim Gretina Remix)
Hey everyone, and welcome to a new music wherein I pay tribute to the many years of being a volunteer at the Calgary Expo!
The music was a cover of the Corridors of Time by Little V Mills, a great musician from Calgary who covers various anime, movie, and game music. Be sure to check out his other work, as they’re quite awesome!
Here is a couple of vlogs of my time at the Vancouver Fan Expo, and let me tell you, I had a great time! I got to meet a number of celebrities and I picked up some good advice about what to do when starting out as an actor from people such as Peter Kent, Ken Kirzinger, and Nichelle Nichols!
Overall, it was a fantastic experience, although not as big as the Calgary Expo, and it was definitely different attending it as a fan instead of a volunteer, as I normally do at the Calgary Expo.
Here’s Day 1!
And here’s Day 2!