Andrew Takano, BS ’07, MS ’10, the same independent videographer who created “Sleepwalking Austin,” couldn’t pass up the opportunity to film Austin’s urban flow during his favorite season. His newest video “Spectral Austin,” shows the city rising and functioning over the course of three summer days in fluid, hyperlapsed shots. During the six-minute video Takano’s frames circle the LBJ Fountain, float over streams of Austin traffic, and climb the lit cityscape.
Both of Takano’s videos have experienced online success on Reddit, YouTube, and Vimeo with one viewer jokingly commenting, “And property taxes have now increased. Stop encouraging people to come here!” Takano’s videos are proof that the city does that on its own.
What a great article and interview! I'm so grateful to Veronica Roberts and the ...
Great show! Take the time to watch "The Recarcassing Ceremony"--hysterical and p...
Cary Michael Cox:
Wow - what a great career! Always nice to see our faculty get the recognition th...
This exhibition is FABULOUS! Bravo to the Blanton Museum of Art on an excellent...
"I want people to go back into the world and be more engaged with it." Loved thi...