11.11.11 : part one : the morning routine - xanthe berkeley
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11.11.11 : part one : the morning routine

11.11.11 : part one : the morning routine

So 11.11.11 saw me take part in One Day on Earth…… I photographed and filmed my day alongside many other people from all over the world.

Recording the day and editing it together has been so wonderful, a really great project to work on…. and now I’ve created a very personal piece of work, our own time capsule… a day of our life captured forever.

With so much footage, our day has been split into three parts, which will be shared over the coming days.

It’s like most days in our life, it starts with the morning routine… welcome to our morning….

This idea of a making a time capsule has got me thinking… would you like to create a little slice of your life in a film or slideshow?….

I loved doing it and creating the other films I’ve been making from the “I love…” series… and I’ve had a few people ask if I would share how and what I’m doing… So an idea is formulating in my head…

Would you be interested in the idea of an e-course?… a workshop? … Would you like some hints & tips to inspire you to make your own time capsule?…. mmmmmmm, have a think…

Please let me know if you’re interested. I’ve created a brand new email subscribe form here….. (so we can stay in touch) or leave a comment here… or drop me an email – xantheb@mac.com

I’d love to hear your thoughts.

  • traceyclark
    Posted at 06:22h, 15 April Reply

    this makes me weepy for everyday life. so so beautiful Xanthe.

  • Leonie
    Posted at 09:31h, 29 December Reply

    I finally had time to sit and watch – this is brilliant and oh so inspiring.

    Love it!
    Hope you are having the *best* time in NYC

  • mary
    Posted at 21:15h, 07 December Reply

    your music always goes so perfectly with your images.

  • justine
    Posted at 12:40h, 07 December Reply

    oh yes please! would love to learn how you do them!

  • francesca
    Posted at 20:52h, 06 December Reply

    this just made me cry my lovely. it’s the most gorgeous simple film. and so personal, seeing your morning. and it’s fleeting. the kids won’t always be so little. so it makes me a bit sad too. x

  • mary
    Posted at 18:57h, 06 December Reply

    yes yes yes! i’m interested! 🙂
    by the way…..after watching this my youngest girls want to know how old your oldest boy is. 😉 lol.

  • keli_h
    Posted at 16:37h, 06 December Reply

    i love this so much … such an inspirational piece, x.

  • tamar
    Posted at 08:07h, 06 December Reply

    love it! yes would be completely into it! would love to do something where we can create a time capsule with our own signature of it! yay!

  • Val
    Posted at 06:00h, 06 December Reply

    My goodness. This is so incredibly inspiring. Just when I think I might have it going on a little, I see work like this and I am soooo humbled. Workshops? Um, yes. Take me there Xanthe.

  • Debra McGlynn
    Posted at 02:45h, 06 December Reply

    Whoops! should have re-read my note. ‘no idea’ not ‘know’

  • Debra McGlynn
    Posted at 02:44h, 06 December Reply

    Yes please. I’ve been admiring your videos and wondering how you do them. I have know idea of the editing process especially when you add still and video together. Please, Please, Please offer an on-line course. Appreciate you keeping me on your mailing list in the event you get it off the ground. Tks sooooo much.

  • Lindsay Lofthouse
    Posted at 00:55h, 06 December Reply

    Oh Xanthe! So much fun to watch. You’re amazing…

  • MaryR
    Posted at 23:12h, 05 December Reply

    would also be interested in an ecourse…love your videos!!

  • Laura
    Posted at 23:04h, 05 December Reply

    I.LOVE.THIS! And Yes! Yes! Yes! to a workshop…

    And my kiddos thought learning about the Egyptians was fascinating, too! We were going to mummify a chicken but thought twice after a friend who did it said it stunk horribly! But you never know, it might just happen next year when we re-visit Ancient Egypt with the littlest ones.

  • Mae
    Posted at 22:52h, 05 December Reply

    yes yes yes! i would love to learn from you! i love what you’ve been doing with these videos and this is another wonderful addition. thanks for sharing! pls keep me posted!

  • Jen
    Posted at 21:05h, 05 December Reply

    Xanthe, you inspire me so much. You still have me thinking of sun flare and non-pose poses from camp. Would love to learn how you make your amazing videos. Sign me up if you offer a class!! I’m in!

  • susan
    Posted at 20:36h, 05 December Reply

    love your videos! sooo interested in taking a class from you! let me know xanthe!

  • Lisa Damrosch
    Posted at 20:36h, 05 December Reply

    I am in love with this. Totally in LOVE…I so want to know how you do it and would love a workshop/tutorial. SO cool!

  • naquillity
    Posted at 19:26h, 05 December Reply

    your video is absolutely wonderful. what a great way to preserve a day with your family. can’t wait to see the last two videos. i’m subscribing now. hopefully nothing will stop me from taking this ecourse. have a great day~

  • Debra
    Posted at 18:56h, 05 December Reply

    I’ve often thought about what it would be like to have sons and I think that discussions of mummification and intestines over Nutella captures it! I love this and I would love a workshop or course on how to do one.
    (as long as you talk because you know I’d happily tune in to hear you recite a phone book!).

  • Life in Eden {amy}
    Posted at 17:42h, 05 December Reply

    ah, my oldest is fascinated with the Egyptians too.

    I’d be interested. xo

  • Susanne
    Posted at 17:02h, 05 December Reply

    wow, this is so awesome!

    …especially the part about mummies… 😉

  • pen
    Posted at 16:28h, 05 December Reply

    You are so freakin talented. I LOVE this. I adore your videos. ADORE!

  • sarah w.
    Posted at 16:08h, 05 December Reply

    Oh Xanthe! This is another awesome video (and only part 1!)…The time capsule is such a great idea. 🙂

    I think it would be wonderful for some type of something for these types of videos. I’d totally be interested…

  • Jen
    Posted at 16:05h, 05 December Reply

    I adore this!! Absolutely beautiful and inspiring. 🙂 I would love to learn too.

  • Kim Fuoco
    Posted at 15:47h, 05 December Reply

    I loved this.. It has got my wheels spinning in my head.

  • Nanette Gordon-Cramton
    Posted at 15:41h, 05 December Reply

    This is brilliant! And yes, I am very interested!

  • chris
    Posted at 15:34h, 05 December Reply

    Love, love, LOVE it!!

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