A Time-Lapse Road Trip Across the Entire United States. From Jean-Paul Tremblay. In January 2014, I drove across the US from New York City to Los Angeles with a GoPro Hero 3+ mounted to the car's windshield, capturing the entire trip with time-lapse photos taken roughly every 30 seconds on average (give or take some battery charging issues).
You’ll see the same blizzards, dust storms, mountains, deserts and sunsets I saw. The route went via the southern roads and highways, from New York to New Jersey, into Pennsylvania, into Maryland, West Virginia and Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas, through New Mexico and Arizona and finally, California.
The music is a medley of many songs on the soundtrack to my indie full-length feature film Wildlife, which is ALSO about a road trip, but fictionalized and absurd. The score is by Alessio Natalizia from the bands Walls, Not Waving, and Banjo or Freakout, and is an energetic mix of electronic textures and 4/4 rhythms and shoegaze guitar vignettes.