Have I told you that my videos are really just a way to act out my childhood dream of hosting This Old House? I watched that show every Saturday growing up, and I thought I wanted to be Steve Thomas someday (the 80’s host of the show). I’m now well over 200 videos on YouTube, but one of my frustrations is that I’ve never followed a house start-to-finish on video. It’s just too hard to do when you’re a low-budget YouTuber. Maybe someday…
Anyhow, I realized that I shot a ton of video blogs at the 1930’s remodel I did with Architect Hugh Jefferson Randolph. This house was featured on the 2013 AIA Austin Homes Tour. That Craftsman house had a ton of interesting tops to feed my blog, so I thought I’d compile all the videos from that one house into a playlist. This is almost an hour of footage, so you might want to pop some popcorn and grab a coke! This is a beautiful house, isn’t it? Now, you can see how we got to this point!
For more pictures of this house you can visit the website of Architect Hugh Jefferson Randolph, AIA. http://www.austinarchitect.com/archives/360
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