Daylight Breaks' live multi-camera shoot and video mix projected on huge screens at the Brisbane Festival, and televised live by satellite to Venice for Barack Obama.
But...we were completely blown away when we found out we'd won the opportunity to shoot video for Barack Obama in the company of delegates of the International Academy of Environmental Sciences World Forum in Venice, including other heads of state and Nobel Laureates.
Between road blocks and a sea of excited punters on the afternoon of Saturday 3 October, the West End Live party got started with two stages featuring Brisbane's most exciting emerging music from Indigenous hip hop to jazz combos and visiting artists Way Out West, Kev Carmody and Archie Roach.
Two Local Lounge Rooms played host to quirky installations and performances.
At 6pm the participants from The Cherbourg Walk arrived in Boundary Street, following a symbolic 275km journey. Delegates of the International Academy of Environmental Sciences World Forum in Venice, including heads of state and Nobel Laureates.
It was a day crammed with awesome bands and positive vibes, and Tim and Steve were blown away by the opportunity to be involved.