Goes To Twelve is Mark Lee’s internet home for his creative and technical projects. It’s also where he keeps his personal blog, where he writes about his travels, posts pictures, and otherwise keeps you informed of his adventures.
In the weeks leading up to the 2013 Eurovision song contest, Overthinking It created a video series that reviewed all 39 entries and, not coincidentally, attracted the ire of 39 European countries.
I was lucky enough to have reviewed the song that wound up winning it all, “Only Teardrops” by Emmelie de Forest from Denmark. Watch the video here:
And watch the rest of our Eurovision videos on our YouTube channel. Read the comments on those videos, if you dare.
Mirror Visions Ensemble presents “Concert à la carte: music inspired by food,” May 11, 2013, at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall:
I created this video advertisement for Mirror Visions Ensemble’s upcoming concert using footage from a previous performance. For more information on Mirror Visions Ensemble and their upcoming concert, visit their website.
We’ve launched a new video series on Overthinking It: we’re reviewing all 39 entries in this year’s Eurovision song competition. I kicked off the series by reviewing (and sometimes skewering) songs by Malta, Norway, and Albania.
OverthinkingIt.com was commissioned to produce an infographic for Wired magazine’s April issue! We crunched a ton of data and produced (with the help of Wired‘s art department) this snazzy infographic charting the rise of cable TV as seen through Emmy nominations.
Be sure to click through to Wired to see the interactive version.
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For the second year in a row, I travelled to Taiwan to visit my girlfriend’s family for the Chinese (Lunar) New Year. Last year’s trip tilted more towards major tourist attractions in Taipei; this year was spent less in Taipei and … Continue reading