LOVE IN REVIEW: Little Videos, Tiny Stories! / by Love You Back Productions

 Contemplating how to be more creative, how to be more productive, and how to get really, really good at telling tiny stories on Instagram.  Photography by Hallie Gluk, taken at the Gluk's "Relief" exhibit at FLATLAND gallery in Houston Texas, May 28, 2018.

Contemplating how to be more creative, how to be more productive, and how to get really, really good at telling tiny stories on Instagram.  Photography by Hallie Gluk, taken at the Gluk's "Relief" exhibit at FLATLAND gallery in Houston Texas, May 28, 2018.

Hi, all!  

We— as in, me*— haven't shared a single story with y'all in over a month.  Here's a batch of stories.  *Note: Julia is taking as principle blog editor/writer for the Love You Back Productions.  With that established, expect a few more updates than you've seen in the past 6 months.  Thumbs up! 

Well, summertime is a time for adventure, vacation, travel, and creativity.   That much is true at Love You Back Productions, so Weenta and I cooked up some new creative protocol for the company.

New protocol: Each week, 1 of us is to produce an Instagram series.  An Instagram video series is a set of 3 videos, each rendered into the square dimensions of an Instagram post.  Each video can be no longer than 15 seconds, and together, the video series is to tell a story.  New protocol is obligatory for both Directors and it will be for the indefinite future. 

The idea is to keep creating. Hehehe.  Little videos make tiny stories!  Here is our first go.   

Why are we doing this?  One word: FUN.  What is the inspiration?  The answer to that question is a bit more interesting. That story is to come.  

In the meantime, take a look at this gorgeous slo-mo footage of the Ole & Nu Style Fellas Social Aid and Pleasure Club's 20th Anniversary second line.  The following video is a teaser to a longer retrospective Love You Back Productions intends to produce in the Fall.

Hope you enjoyed our little videos!

Love You Back xInfinity,

Julia

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