Today, I wanted to share a truly incredible video produced by Kristen Kiraly, my brother’s girlfriend, and a close friend of mine.
The video, entitled God Willing: A Struggle out of Homelessness takes you through the journey of a determined and driven young boy, Albert Davis Jr. Albert has gone from living on the streets to working towards his goals and “reaching for the moon”. Kristen’s video is very well done, with beautiful shots throughout.
© Photo by Kristen Kiraly
I think that using writing, video, or photography to instill positive change is a very powerful tool. I admire anyone and everyone who takes the steps in order to inspire such change.
Check out Kristen’s other videos and articles on her website, www.kristenkiraly.com
Thanks for taking a look! xo
I have already shared the song Bloom by The Paper Kites, a wonderfully talented Australian band.
Today, I want to share Featherstone, an equally lovely song, with a very beautiful video that is very Where-the-Wild-Things-Are-esque.
The video reminds me of playing in the woods with my cousins when I was little, making forts… so carefree and fun!
… Am I the only one who wants to parade around in a feather headband, and have an epic pillow-fight after watching this?!
The Paper Kites is an incredible Australian band. Their music is absolutely beautiful.
The music video to “Bloom” is equally as charming!
One of my favorite films.
It is absolutely beautiful in so many ways (although I am not a fan of Jack Black)
The score, the storyline… I ADORE it!
As Christmas quickly approaches, I can’t help but to watch it over and over again.
Here is my favorite scene, where Amanda (Diaz) meets Graham’s (Law) daughters for the first time:
The Holiday: Daughters Scene
Incredible song — absolutely love the video, too.