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Last Chance to Weigh in on I Am Downtown Videos

Monday, 15 July 2013 12:07

Read the full article at sltrib.com

Perry Layne explores various methods of earth-friendly transport - biking, walking and boarding (though it might be observed that the cyclist and skateboarder aren't placing a high premium on pedestrian safety.) http://youtu.be/fRTcU4YqPFA

According to a post on YouTube, Team Boyes enlisted local musician Bill Shaddox for the backing track on its largely stop-motion video of the Salt Lake Farmers Market. http://youtu.be/W51gXU8ZUgw

Devon McCullough performed a stomp dance in front of the City Creek skybridge, spliced between vibrant shots of McCullough walking downtown in Jay Arcansalin's entry. http://youtu.be/q5G7ddbUNLA

With 144 thumbs up and just six thumbs down, Conor Rickman's creative interpretation might be the leader in the clubhouse. A medieval woodsman gets transported to SLC by a mysterious crystal, and quickly becomes enamored of the city. http://youtu.be/6vdYenAjwFQ

Josh Wolstenholme uses time-lapse photography and a stirring voiceover monologue to depict a "city pulsating" with life, touching on larger themes of existence. http://youtu.be/K6eND4oCFio