Last night saw the fourth installment of Tokyo CGM Night, a night hosted by Danny Choo and Andrew Shuttleworth to celebrate Japan’s Consumer Generated Media producers.
It’s a chance for Japan’s top bloggers, YouTubers and podcasters to gather and talk about past achievements, and make plans for future collaborations.
This was my second CGM, and looking around I was staggered by just how many people I counted as ‘friends’, when, just three months back I knew virtually no one in this arena. It’s a good demonstration of just how easy it is to get on with folks round here – they’re all so bloomin’ nice.
Here’s an experimental video I shot on a row boat in which I talk about last night. The video undergoes a big change 4 minutes in…
I was thinking at 4 minutes in that the ducks and swans attacked you en masse for the bread in your boat and that you’d freak out and jump into the lake. Ah, well, there’s always next time. 😉
Ha ha, I expected a bit of a Rod Hull and Emu meet Parky moment too! Great video – it looks so peaceful and very warm in Tokyo right now.
Looking forward to reading about the event you were at. Hopefully I’ll be in Tokyo soon, and I’d like to make some arty connections.
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