PRLog - Oct. 24, 2013 - CAMPBELL, Calif. -- With online social sharing and next YouTube sensations abounding; gifted music artist Miss Kristin takes to recording and producing her one-of-a-kind video creations to tell her song stories.
Miss Kristin takes her unique style of songwriting sincerely. Long time fans and new followers alike, delight in Kristin's music video diversity and easy music discovery, across social networks, and especially YouTube, through the artist's distinctive homemade video productions.
Each exclusive video creation is uploaded to Big Fuss Records YouTube channel to accompany Kristin's original song composition. The videos further tell a story of Miss Kristin's ability to express feelings and intentions within her own songwriting. A handful of her live and earlier performances can be found, although many gravitate toward the adventurous collection of personal homemade favorites where Kristin shoots much of her own footage, and uses video creation tools to round out each project.
Kristin's passion is unconcealed by the plethora of album collections and singles she has produced by herself, so far, for her own Big Fuss Records. Video productions can be high cost endeavors. The internet revolution has helped many artists to do a great job with smaller budgets and means. Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes and Bruce Woolley in 1978 wrote "Video Killed the Radio Star". The idea behind it was the promotion of technology and its effects. Kristin knows that making her chosen videos and songs available on YouTube, also opens them up for free sharing.
Kristin demonstrates through determination what is most rewarding to her, is actually the process of creation. The music visuals reveal an exciting and enduring labor and legacy of musical love.
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