"Black Crow" Publicity Materials
The official music video for UK band Black Bird and The Storm's first single release "Black Crow" from the directors and producers of the feature film Leading Ladies features footage from the "1,000 year floods" in Boulder County, CO in the fall of 2013.
"Black Crow" warns of catastrophic apocolypse at the hands of Mother Nature. The song was written well before the floods hit Boulder County in the fall of 2013, however, the floodwaters started rising just as the guitars for the track were being finished. Hours later, the studio was abandoned as it began to fill with water before finally being lost completely to the floodwaters.
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Teahm Beahm are husband and wife Daniel Beahm and Erika Randall Beahm. Their film trajectory began with the award winning feature film Leading Ladies which toured more than 65 festivals around the globe before garnering distribution in 2011. Erika is the Director of Dance at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Daniel owns the production company Digabyte Audio :: Motion :: Design in Denver, CO.
Daniel Beahm is a filmmaker, musician, designer, and photographer. His award-winning first feature, Leading Ladies, played at more than 65 festivals around the world (including Palm Springs, Sonoma International, Starz Denver, and Frameline International) before garnering major distribution in 2011. Daniel created the production company Teahm Beahm with his wife, Erika Randall Beahm, in 2008 in Denver, CO where they continue to make short films, dance for the camera, music videos and narrative features. Beahm also owns and runs Denver-based design/production company Digabyte Audio :: Motion :: Design, which he founded in 1999. In addition to filmmaking, photography, and design, Beahm writes and performs music under various aliases and has released several albums on the Renaissance Boy Recordings label.
Dancing before she could walk, Erika Randall Beahm graduated from the Interlochen Arts Academy with honors and went on to attend the Juilliard School. She received her her BA in Dance from the University of Washington and her MFA in Choreography from The Ohio State University. Before relocating to Colorado, she was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois for 3 years and a Guest Lecturer at The Ohio State University. She joined the faculty at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2007 as an Assistant Professor of Dance. Randall is a teacher, choreographer and filmmaker who has recently performed with Sara Hook, David Parker and the Bang Group, Teena Custer, Michelle Ellsworth, Gabriel Masson, Rebecca-Nettl-Fiol, Esteban Donoso, the Mark Morris Dance Group and Buglisi/Foreman Dance. She is also a founding member of the Seattle born company Cava-Parker Dance whose new home is in Puebla, Mexico. She formed the Columbus Movement Movement (cm2), an organization supporting the development and visibility of contemporary dance artists in Columbus, Ohio, which was named one of Dance Magazine’s “Top 25 to Watch” in 2007. Working with collaborative partner Anna Sapozhnikov on their duet company, Sweetie Pie Productions, Erika has found her perfect match for presenting theatrical and physical dance works. Their work has been shown in multiple venues throughout Illinois and was selected for The Goose Route Dance Festival in Sheperdstown, WV in July 2008. Erika was part of the Summer faculty at the Interlochen Arts Camp for 8 years and has been a frequent guest artist at the Interlochen Arts Academy. Currently, she teaches ballet and improvisation for the Boulder Jazz Festival (Summer, 2008, 2010). She has presented solo/group choreography and taught across the nation and internationally in Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Mexico. Randall co-wrote, directed, produced and choreographed , Leading Ladies, her first feature film which has screened across the globe, including Palm Springs International Film Festival, Cannes Independent Film Festival, Starz Denver Film Festival, Sonoma International Film Festival, Outfest, Framline, etc.. Her interest in dance, its relationship to popular culture, and its ability to impact change, is at the heart of all of her research and teaching.