Monday, April 23, 2007

1st Annual California Coastal Views Film Festival: 3 videos got in!

Hello Vlog watcher,

I was shocking when I got this message by California Coastal Views Film Festival. I was so thrilling that they've selected three videos!

Here, their comment:

Congratulations! Your videos, Deaf Surf Lesson at La Jolla Shores, 3 Deaf surfers at Marine Corps Base (ASL VLOG), and Deaf and surf culture (ASL VLOG), has been selected for the First Annual California Coastal Views Film Festival, hosted by Coastwalk ( ).

Films are being collected from those tagged with key words indicating they contain scenes of the California coast. Until May 1st, they will screened and separated into logical categories (coastrides, places and wildlife, trips, waves and surfers, etc.). From May 6th until May 20th, members of the board of directors of Coastwalk are being asked to narrow the selection to the top ten in each of the categories. Coastwalk's reputation for hosting walks in California counties over the past 24 years makes it especially qualified to make these choices. The final judging will be done by the members of the 2003 California Coastal Expedition, those who walked the entire coast of California during that spring and summer. Winning films will then be viewed by this year's coastwalkers prior to their scheduled walks on California's coastal counties.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Santa Cruz - June 2005 (ASL VLOG)


I want to share with you that Erin Oleson and I were tripping to Santa Cruz by last minutes in June, 2005. I grab my video camera for footage. My friend, Joseph Josselyn help me with edit and DVD. Until recently, I pulled out some clips from the DVD then do re-edited for this vlog. Plus, I narrated of my experience in this vlog.

Enjoy this vlog!