At Jeff and Cara Loehrke’s Wedding on 7/16/11, Jeff and members of the wedding party rocked the reception hall to Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal.”
Tag Archive: dancing
What’s the Mashup? has combined 100 movie dance scenes into a fun mashup set to “Uptown Funk.” The creators included a full list of the films used in the description, and also added the titles of the films in the closed captioning of the video as each clip appears.
A Buddhist monk black hat dancer at the Black-Necked Crane Festival at the Gangtey monastery in central Bhutan, by photographer Vincent Roazzi, Jr.
Dancing paper origami cranes, because that weird part of YouTube.
What happens when you combine the talents of Russia’s ballet bad boy Sergei Polunin, Irish gospel luminary Hozier, and photography pop wizard David LaChapelle? A whole lot of angsty, sexy, beautiful dancing. LaChapelle directed the new visual interpretation of the Grammy-nominated hit, starring British Royal Ballet vet Polunin performing choreography by Jade Hale-Christofi. The emotive dancer, donning only nude tights and a cluster of tattoos, sautés, tombés and pirouettes through an illuminated empty space. The white room clashes with the dark energy of the bluesy song, making Polunin’s stunning dance moves resemble some kind of spiritual possession. Watch in full screen.
<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/118946875″>Sergei Polunin, "Take Me to Church" by Hozier, Directed by David LaChapelle</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user37156732″>David LaChapelle Studio</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
Dancers Amelia Rudolph and Roel Seeber perform a gravity-defying dance on a cliff face on the Northern California coast in this breathtaking video produced by KQED Arts. The dancers are members (Rudolph is also the group’s founder and artistic director) of BANDALOOP, a dance troupe that uses climbing gear to perform aerial choreography. The dance took place north of San Francisco on the cliffs of Red Rock Beach in Marin County.
“Breaking Gravity” is a short video directed by Marc Donahue for PermaGrinFilms that features a number of breakdancers, gymnasts, and other athletes from the True Movement crew captured in bullet time video. The short was shot using an array of 20 GoPros and a Red Epic camera at the San Diego United Training Center.
IMHO, I think every household should have a giant foam-cube pit.