60 Seconds of Tokyo

Videos are one of the most direct forms of communication. When edited, these should be  impactful and captivating: short and direct to communicate with the viewer art at a visceral level, and never bring the viewer outside of his/her attention span. In order to learn how to make videos with these characteristics, I gave myself a challenge: 60 seconds, a limit of a few instants to capture the essence of a place in less than 60 seconds. Making videos under this  limit made me discover new forms of editing and storytelling.