Archive for March 2010
Upon first meeting the creator of Meet the Mayfarers, Todd Norwood, I was stuck by this incredibly affable guy with a quirky sense of humor. It was at the LA Tubefilter Meet-up, Tim Street introduced us, and we talked plenty of shop. Then, a month later, deep in conversation with Brian What at Slap House Radio we decided to take a look at the front page of Blip.tv. There was Todd, lying on a bed in a penguin costume next to a very dominant woman. I remember being struck at the juxtapositioning of penguin suit, whips, barbed wire, and mom walking into the room asking, “what is this?” in the episode entitled: Family Revelations. Todd has spent years crafting the many episodes of the series, Meet the Mayfarers, and has promised to keep shooting episodes as long as they keep having fun.
Todd assured Rocket’s Tail that the syndication of his show on Blip.tv has been a real boon to the work they are doing. Shooting along the short coastline of New Hampshire, Todd proves that interesting online video is coming from locations far from those A-list markets of New York and Los Angeles.
Meet Todd in this interview that was conducted in Cambridge, MA:
Written by @SibLaw_Official
March 18, 2010 at 2:45 pm
Tagged with barbed wire, disfunction, entertainment, family, fiction, Innovators, interactive, J. Sibley Law, Mayfarers, Meet the Mayfarers, online, production, Streaming Media, Television, Todd Norwood, video, Viral, Viral Video, web series, whips