Beta Babe



Talent for Beta Babe competition.
Lyrics by: Sarah McClure and Katy Perry
Sung by: Kellie Rodgriguez
Filmed and edited by: Sarah McClure

Cebu + Bantayan Island 2011



a video of our vacation last June 8 – June 12 2011. I do not own the background music that was used in the video.

The music that was used was
Teenage Dream by Katy Perry

I do not own the song used.

No Copyright Infrigement intended.

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Music:
Katy Perry x “Dark Horse (instrumental)”
Prism (2013)

Lima Orphanage



Video for the kids!

Songs used and credit given to their labels:
Kids by MGMT
Fireworks by Katy Perry
Bastille by Pompeii
That’s Christmas to ME by Pentatonix
Ain’t It Fun by Paramore
Burn by Ellie Goulding
If I Could Fly by One Direction

Renault Sandero Joyride



Coaxing a hilarious performance from Nick Lorentz as a Katy Perry-belting suit, Amy Allais’ new spot for Renault and agency Promise is turbo-charged fun. Wiring a hot car and a hot track together is nothing new but this scenario is given some freshness with great performances, impeccable timing and a light comic touch.

Katy Perry rocked with spectacular show at Mohegan Sun Thursday

Elite pop artist Katy Perry kicked off her brand new “Witness: The Tour” last Tuesday in Montreal, Canada to stellar reviews. Her first U.S. date on this 5-month tour was Thursday night at the Mohegan Sun arena in Uncasville and it went wonderfully, with only a couple of hitches. Walking into the arena, you were greeted by a huge eye-shaped video screen that stood from the ceiling to the stage floor and took up the entire width of the arena. Flowing from the eye was an extended catwalk in the shape of a tear that was used extensively during the evening’s performance.

The night was broken up into five different acts, each grouped together with songs that carried a common theme. As the lights went out shortly after 8:30 p.m., The huge eye-shaped video screen came alive with a space-like introduction. Each of the night’s five segments kicked off with a video introduction, plus each act had it’s own set of outfits for Katy Perry and her dancers.

As the opening video’s journey ended, the screen split in two to reveal Katy Perry on a giant metal star being lowered to the stage as she kicks off her show with one of her new songs, “Witness.” The awards show-like production of her concert featured giant dice with dancers coming out of the holes during “Roulette” and even left shark (from her Superbowl halftime performance) made an appearance during “California Gurls.”


The night became a little more improv and less scripted when she called her mother from the stage to see how she was doing. Her mom asked how Katy was doing, by using her nicknames, “feather” and “turtle” and Katy’s mom also told her to try the sky drop (which actually appears at the Foxwoods Resort & Casino).

Katy Perry continued to rock the night away with the guitar frenzied monsters of “E.T.” and the funky groove of “Bon Appetit,” before being eaten by an enlarged Venus fly trap. This being only the second show of her extensive tour, she hit some technical difficulties when the planet she was supposed to ride would not drop from the ceiling in order for her to get on. After a short wait, Katy Perry was able to climb aboard her planet which would bring her on a track throughout the arena as she sang one of her favorite songs acoustically, “Thinking Of You.”

Dressed in a sliver, shimmery costume, Perry would perform one of her new ballads “Save As Draft” from a smaller stage located in the middle of the area, before a laser show signaled the intense drum roll of another one her new songs, “Power.” The final act of the evening included a ride on Tron-like motorcycle during “Hey Hey Hey” and a giant basketball shoot-up between Katy Perry and a father from the audience (who made his daughter’s day by getting Katy Perry to wish her a happy birthday) during her recent hit single “Swish Swish.” She finished her set with a giant lion’s head appearing from between the video screens during her performance of her big hit single “Roar.”


The encore would feature Katy Perry rising from under the stage at the end of the tear-shaped catwalk. She would appear in the palm of a giant inflatable hand in a perfectly fitting evening gown to perform her hit song “Firework” as every fan in the arena was singing along, almost drowning out the pop star. So even though the beginning of her tour was delayed and she overcame a couple glitches in her performance this evening, Katy Perry made the audience feel extra special that night for being a part of her dreamlike, spectacular concert.

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Reviews: Janet Jackson, Katy Perry & More

Today officially marks the first day of fall, and
what better way to celebrate than with a concert? If you want to know what the
critics are saying about acts on the road check out these reviews of
performances by Janet Jackson in Tulsa, Okla.; Katy Perry in Montreal; The
Killers in Brooklyn, N.Y.; The War on Drugs in Portland, Maine.; and Marc Anthony
in Fresno, Calif.

Janet Jackson @ BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla., Sept. 17 – “Jackson
was joined by eight dancers on stage and she was a participant in dazzling
choreographed numbers. But dancing wasn’t limited to the stage. Thousands of
attendees stood for almost all of the concert and many got the urge to
spontaneously dance in front of their seats.” – Jimmie Tramel / Tulsa World

Janet JacksonChris Pizzello/Invision/APJanet JacksonAccepting the Ultimate Icon: Music Dance Visual Award at the BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Katy Perry @ Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Sept. 19 – “Perhaps
the extra production time could have been used to adjust some visuals whose
juxtapositions and statements were as confused as they were colourful. When
Perry rode a stationary motorcycle in a Tron getup for the glib empowerment anthem
‘Hey Hey Hey’ just before delivering the much more affecting empowerment anthem
‘Part of Me’ in front of a screen packed with Pac-Man motifs, it was difficult
to tell if there was something substantial to the gaming graphics.” – Jordan Zivitz / Montreal Gazette

The Killers @ Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, N.Y., Sept. 19 – “Despite
the relatively small size of this 1,800-capacity venue, the Killers brought
their full festival presence to the stage from the first note. …” – Jem Aswad / Variety

The KillersTorey MundkowskyThe KillersBelly Up Tavern, Solana Beach, Calif.

The War on Drugs @ State Theatre in Portland, Maine, Sept. 18
– “With the sustained keyboard riffs melding together into a grandiose hum, it
often felt like the band was generating a canvas that [guitarist Adam] Granduciel
could throw swaths of paint against like Jackson Pollock. Against a spare stage
setting – more bands should take advantage of the State Theatre’s brick
backdrop – he sang lyrics that looked back not in anger or sadness, but with
perspective and a degree of resignation. It was altogether fitting for a concert
that seemed deliriously tethered not to the present but some hazy,
half-forgotten moment.” – Robert Ker /Portland  Press Herald

Marc Anthony @ Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif., Sept. 15
– “The guy sitting behind me – who, granted, by 10:30 p.m. was more Modelo than
man – yelled ‘enough of this slow (expetive)!’ at one point. Despite perhaps a
lack of eloquence, he spoke for a lot of us. … I was right there with Anthony
for the first two songs, that wonder ballad and the encore. But he simply lost
the audience in between.” – Rory Appleton/ The Fresno Bee