Visual Arts

Laura Goldhamer Brings Stop Motion to Gregory Alan Isakov

In the world of stop motion, sometimes you have to embrace mistakes. Denver artist/musician Laura Goldhamer is used to doing just that, most recently when she created the video for Gregory Alan Isakov's "Amsterdam." One of the props was a large piece of glass with-cotton ball clouds to serve as the sky, and after several takes, one of her team members shattered the glass while the camera was still rolling.

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