During my first trip to South America, my friends and I decided to document the trip in the form of a music video. While some of the locals thought we were weird, most of the spectators were intrigued by our confidence to dance in the middle of the town square. Some even participated in the process. Check out the response from an actual Argentian:
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In 2013, I was approached with the idea of creating an original music video to showcase the multitude of cultures that make up the city of Dayton, OH. After months of planning and three days of filming, our team created Where There Is Love. The video was a joint collaboration with Playing For Change and incorporates a similar recording style. It has been seen by nearly a million people in over 200 countries, and even spawned a sequel called Where The Rivers Meet.
In the summer of 2013, an array of musicians, singers and dancers joined together to create a music video entitled Where There Is Love. The video was filmed and recorded in Dayton, Ohio and has been viewed by hundreds of thousands worldwide.
A year later, that journey continued with Where the Rivers Meet, a second music video with a new, multicultural cast of musicians and dancers.
Watch the behind-the-scenes featurette produced by PBS.
Super Bowl XLVIII music video mashup of “Rocky Mountain High” and “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head” with a little Wagner and Strauss thrown in featuring the Denver and Seattle Philharmonic Orchestras
Watch an interview with orchestrator Tim Olt and producer/editor David Sherman