Thursday, December 23, 2010

Dopeness For Christmas

Jimmy Fallon in my opinion is the new King of Late Night. Sure his monologue is terrible and Conan is still the man, I always find myself staying up way to late to watch Fallon and his hilarious sketches and show. It is just more fun than any other late night show out there. And to add to that he has The Roots as his band... THE ROOTS. Peep this clip and if I dont post in the next few days HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO EVERYONE!!!


Wednesday, December 22, 2010


This is a short I had to make for class titled "Unlucky'. I only had a day to shoot it and cut and narrate it and was able to churn out this rough cut of the project. When I get a chance I would like to cut it shorter because it drags on in several scenes but check it out!
Of course during the making of Unlucky my laptop broke. Luckily its almost Christmas.

UNLUCKY from Alex Ingram on Vimeo.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010


I haven't had much of the chance to blog since I ran into a few laptop issues during finals and have been busy preparing for my month long escape from New Yorks winter, and GOING GOING BACK BACK TO CALI CALI. Just got home and man does it feel good!

I wanted to share one of my favorite new ads from Mountain Dew that features a song from Theophilus London. Check it out.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Alex Bag.

My video teacher referred me to the artist Alex Bag and her work has really inspired me. Like me she teeters the line between fine art and commercial art. The piece I have been most interested in is called Untitled Fall 95' which documents the fake story of an SVA student over the course of their studies at SVA. It is hilarious because it reminds me so much of people that I know. She starts out as a fun and happy art student willing to learn who is slowly sucked into the New York art scene and becomes a pretentious snob who overlooks her professors, fellow students, etc all to eventually leave art entirely and work at a coffee shop. Throughout the piece she also segways between the art student confessional with references to other New York types, and bad experiences with odd teachers and men.
I like this piece because it is still relevant in 2010 and accurately describes many of the students in the art culture and a youth culture that refuses to grow up and is then forced too.

Watch the whole piece here. If your an artist as well I'd love to here what you think.

Thursday, December 2, 2010