New Music Video: Dream Circle – Hurricane

dream circle hurricane

In October of 2012 Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeast causing more than $50 billion in damage. To commemorate Sandy and to raise awareness about the importance of conservation and living sustainably, we created a music video with photos and video of the storm and relief effort, including a timeline of events and powerful quotes. We also highlight the connection between storms like Hurricane Sandy and climate change. The song was written the day after more than of six feet of water surged into our neighborhood in Red Hook, Brooklyn, knocking out power for three weeks.

Official selection and screened at the Red Hook International Film and Video Festival 2013
Footage credits:
Rockaway/Occupy Sandy footage: Dennis Flores
Rockaway photos by Rockaway Residents courtesy of Noelle Theard. Additional Sandy photographs by Jimmy Dreadz
Hurricane time lapse: Ben Stamper
Additional footage: Katy Walker, Joél Mejia, Ian Quiles, Jimmy Dreadz

http://www.dreamcircle.bandcamp.com/track/hurricane
http://www.facebook.com/dreamcirclemusic

Official Selection and screened at the Red Hook International Film and Video Festival 2013

Footage credits:
Rockaway/Occupy Sandy footage: Dennis Flores
Rockaway photos by Rockaway Residents courtesy of Noelle Theard. Additional Sandy photographs by Jimmy Dreadz
Hurricane time lapse: Ben Stamper
Additional footage: Katy Walker, Joel Mejia, Ian Quiles, Jimmy Dreadz
“Hurricane” by Katy Walker, Joel Mejia, Ben Zwerin ASCAP

Dreamcircle.bandcamp.com/track/hurricane
Facebook.com/dreamcirclemusic

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Published by Katy Walker Mejia

Artivist & Educator

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