The Birth of Medusa

Earlier to today Stadiums & Shrines premiered what you see above—The Birth of Medusa—my inaugural attempt at combining my love of sound, motion, and poetry. It also marks the first (non-live) collaboration with audio researcher and sonic wav manipulator, RxRy as well as, the first film I’ve produced using my own footage. I hope the outcome is as much an experience for you as it was for me during its creation.



  1. This was lovely!! Thank you.

    Comment courtesy of Tannie — January 6, 2012 #

  2. [...] the case of The Birth of Medusa, that purpose is to tell a story as if read from a storybook. With big characters, embellished with [...]

    Pingback courtesy of Film of the Week :: The Birth of Medusa by Nathaniel Whitcomb (2012) | Kino London — January 23, 2012 #

  3. This is truly a stunning piece of art! I have watched this many times, and each time I am inspired all over again…
    Out of curiosity, would you allow this video to be used in a not-for-profit performance? I am a dancer and have wanted to set movement to this for quite some time.
    Thank you.

    Comment courtesy of Thomas — August 28, 2012 #

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