Sunday, November 29, 2009

Robot Monkey Head and National Inclusion Project featuring Clay Aiken

Robot Monkey Head from John Hadfield on Vimeo.

John Hadfield, a buddy from Clown College, had Ish and I come up to Newark, Delaware over Halloween weekend and we shot this crazy music video. Great people, great food, great fun. From what John tells me, it already has been seen online in over 35 countries. That's a lot of countries! More info on John and his cool live shows here

National Inclusion Project from nic beery on Vimeo.

This is the National Inclusion Project Capital Campaign video that produced this summer. Ish and I traveled to Boston and Raleigh for the shoots. Jay Manley did the terrific instrumental music. It premiered at the October 17th "Champions' Gala" and I am happy to report that NIP and Clay Aiken raised over $250,000 for the foundation.

Thanks to Kristy Barnes, Clay Aiken, Gerry Aiken, and Aaron, it was great working with you and getting to know you. Much continued success to NIP!


MaryJoanne123 said...

What a beautiful and inspiring video. Inclusion is so important for those with disabilities to be included with just regular kids doing normal activities. Clay Aiken and the National Inclusion Project have come so far in six years, but there is still so much to do. Loved seeing the interaction between all of these children and the smiles and laughter.

IamMesmerized said...

What a wonderful video! To see the children all together and having fun as they should is very heartwarming. Clay and The Project have worked miracles with the whole concept of inclusion. It will be a wonderful day when inclusion is practiced by all.

ImGranny said...

That video was wonderful! You did a great job in showing how inclusion works to help both those with disabilities AND those without. Clay Aiken and the National Inclusion Project have done much to promote inclusion. There is still much to be done - but one day I think his vision will be accomplished.