A collection of my odd, random and humorous creations along with some pictures and videos that fascinate and inspire me.

Feel free to contact me at geoffreystevens [at] gmail.com
Wednesday, October 1
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lolpats:

Sad Keanu is the unexpectedly perfect company for Sad Brady
#Patriots

lolpats:

Sad Keanu is the unexpectedly perfect company for Sad Brady

#Patriots


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Wednesday, September 24
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happyinnyc:

I’ve been making a series of night dancing music videos all around NYC with Abby Holland for the upcoming webseries we’re making together, The Return Of Saturn. This one was shot by the Irish Hunger Memorial in Lower Manhattan and set to John Legend’s “Green Light.” Enjoy!


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Monday, September 1
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More fun with GIFS, this time with Abby Holland and Katie Hartman on the set of The Return Of Saturn.

More fun with GIFS, this time with Abby Holland and Katie Hartman on the set of The Return Of Saturn.

Tags: the return of saturn
Thursday, August 14
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happyinnyc:

This isn’t exactly a Happy In NYC video, but I wanted to share this new music video/passion project I’ve been working on the past month.

Have you heard the song Busy Earnin’ by this new British band called Jungle yet? Or seen the really cool music video for it? Feeling rather inspired by them, I wanted to make my own version of the video set where I live that featured some of the great dancers and talented performers I’ve been so fortunate to meet and work with this past year. Hopefully this video inspires some other cities to get in on the Busy Earnin’ action, too.

An enormous thank you to all the dancers and choreographers who made this video possible: Sydney Freggiaro, Anthony Rodriguez & The Door Dancers, Katie Lee Hill, Travis Artz-Grodzickyj. Hassan Christopher, Kyla Ernst-Alper, Šara Stranovsky, Victor Varnado & Férielle Zouari.


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Tuesday, July 15
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townienews:

I imagine this is every Red Sox fan’s reaction to Derek Jeter’s retirement and his new commercial.

Even while we’re on vacation in Cape Cod, Nick and I are putting out some high-quality work.


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Monday, July 14
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WINE LIPS

WINE LIPS


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Friday, June 20
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happyinnyc:

HAPPY IN NEW YORK CITY: THE FEBRUARY SUPERCUT

I just realized the other day that unfortunately Youtube has now disabled the audio in my original Happy In New York City February SuperCut video because of the Q-Tip song “Move” that’s played over the end credits (thanks a lot, Q-Tip!). Originally they wouldn’t let the video play on mobile devices but now the audio’s just gone no matter where you try to watch it, so last night I re-cut the end credits to some new music that I know won’t be flagged or cause the video to be unplayable.

I actually really love the end credits section and can just sort of watch that over and over. Looking back now, I can’t believe I shot all these freakin’ videos! Now I’m really looking forward to cutting the March/April SuperCut next week once I finish filming this weekend.


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Friday, June 13
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happyinnyc:

Geoffrey Is Happy At The Happy In NYC Wrap Party

I stopped filming those Happy In NYC videos back in mid-April once I hit the 125 videos mark (I still can’t believe I shot that many!), but this past Monday I threw a big wrap party downtown for everyone who was in one or helped me out on the project. We actually got to have the party at The Slipper Room where I shot the very first video! Lots of folks would always ask me, “When are you gonna do one yourself?” and I’d say, “At the wrap party!” Well, I was true to my word. While I have many talents, dancing isn’t really one of them, so I wanted to at least entertain you guys and make you laugh for 4 minutes. I dialed it up to 11 and recruited a few friends to help me out (though plenty of unplanned things happened as well- as I’ve learned, you never know what’s gonna happen once the camera starts rolling and it’s one long continuous shot). I can’t always pull off “cool” very well, but “goofy and absurd” is never a problem! And I know I look like a total loon, but everything I’m wearing, from the Hakeem Olajuwon Rec Specs to the What About Bob t-shirt, has some special significance or interesting memory attached to it.

Thank you again to all the folks who brought their energy, enthusiasm, and creativity to this project to help bring it to life. Even when I got pretty sick in the middle of March for a few weeks, I kept on shooting every day like a total madman. I’ve never worked on something like this before where I got to meet and collaborate with a completely different group of people every day, and it’s an experience I’ll never forget.

And to all of you who watched the videos, liked them and shared them with your friends and family, I can’t thank enough for your encouragement and support. I was actually first inspired to start this whole project as a way to honor and remember my mom, Tommie, who passed away very suddenly last April. I don’t want to get too schmaltzy, but I just want to say that while it has been a very difficult year for me, my brother and our family, my mom always told me that, no matter what, she just wanted me to be HAPPY, and I know she would have absolutely loved and enjoyed this whole Happy In NYC project so much.

Thanks for help spreading the love and creating such cool and positive memories with me. This New York City place is kinder, friendlier and more supportive than you think!


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Tuesday, June 10
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happyinnyc:

HAPPY IN NYC: THE MARCH/APRIL SUPERCUT

Well, here it is! The final Happy In NYC March/April Supercut video made from all 70 videos I shot around  the city during the months of March and April. Thank you so much to all the talented people who donated their time, energy, and creativity to make this project come alive.


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