Month: October 2009

  • TonyFrog – Orchestral music video about a green stuffed animal frog

    I tried out my new video camera (a Panasonic AG-DVX100A) and filmed my stuffed animal frog which I bought at the Daiso Japanese dollar store in Richmond, BC, Canada. The very same evening, I christened my green friend with the name of TonyFrog. So here is TonyFrog’s debut performance on video. The rather “epic” classical […]

  • New Composition – Wild Thing (by Geoff Peters)

    Today I wrote a new song: it’s called “Wild Thing” and is inspired by the movie Where the Wild Things Are. Click here to download the song or feel free to use the player above to listen. To watch me perform the song, check out this Ear Training Video we made, where I explain how […]

  • Owl City’s Playlist: Music To Eat Pizza To

    I saw a post on the imeem home page about an electronic pop band called Owl City (which, incidentally, is really popular: their Myspace page has over 12 million views). Adam Young from Owl City has put together a music playlist on imeem entitled “Music To Eat Pizza To”, and I think this is a […]

  • Idea for a film – Robo Robert

    I am currently writing a short film (under 10 minutes). Meet Robo Robert. He’s an eccentric fellow who loves a good chip and defrag. Suprisingly well connected, RR plays chess, goes for walks, and even takes care of the mouse. Robo’s life is simple, but something is missing. Something electric. One day, RR goes to […]

  • New Composition: “Me N Petrof” by Geoff Peters

    My friend Marcus was over for a visit today and he encouraged me to write a song dedicated to the new “love” in my life, my Petrof acoustic piano. So I wrote a simple folk ballad which I call “Me N Petrof“. It is similar to a Brad Mehldau song I vaguely remember listening to, […]