I’m blown away that the people at the Rock show up every day of the week to love, care, and bless the poor. I’m proud to tell this story and to celebrate what is happening here in San Diego. Sure this is a corporate piece but it’s a great message that has unified 12-15k southern californians to engage their neighbors with the love of Jesus Christ. Are there great stories you could share about your community?
I’m proud of this piece. As always, I welcome your feedback so I can; improve, follow trend and relevance, and keep sharp. Thanks. Thoughts?
This is a bumper I made for #sdrock. Anyone have thoughts on how I could have made it better?
I struggle with all the voices that aren’t heard out there. How it’s not really an issue of “not knowing” anymore. The internet and news killed that excuse. It’s an issue of the matter being “Unspoken”. We sit back and do nothing.
I don’t know what this project means yet. It’s not a one person issue. If you have thoughts and/or ideas, please share.
As of late I find myself overwhelmed with desires to make videos challenging; injustice, the modern organized and corporate religion, atheist christians, apathy, and other various random topics of the human condition. I’m searching for the confidence, courage, and energy to tackle some of these things over the next several months or years.
If you ever have an idea that would make a great script, an issue that could be exposed or battled through a visual arts piece, or a clever message that could ignite and inspire people cross-culturally, multi generational, and personally.
Some of my inspiration comes from:
I believe as a society of artists and social media, we can impact our immediate communities, our neighborhood, workplace, town, city, country, world… Don’t let the truth go Unspoken.
A lot of work went into this project. I’m pretty happy with how it came out. I love the team I work with and the freedom to pursue ideas that are risky. Check out www.christopherloope.com and/or rockfilms.tumblr.com for more info.
I want to thank the rock production/video team, Atomic Tom, and Spike Jonze for the character inspiration.
This video is looking pretty sweet right now. Here are a couple stills from the “Why bad things happen” video.
Check back again soon.
When I first started at the Rock I became instantly overwhelmed with how much outreach they were doing. I am encouraged by what they are doing but I wanted to create a Vision video for the attenders to celebrate and for visitors to buy into. Who is the Rock? Who is Miles McPherson? Why all the sweat, blood, and back breaking hard work? I’d love feedback and to see what you are doing at your church.