I thought it would be handy to have all the videos in one place. So, here they are:

Tulsa Opening from Natalie Slater on Vimeo.

This video is from the opening of Mother Road Revisited at Living Arts of Tulsa that had over 1200 people in attendance on April 5, 2012. The video highlights each part of the exhibition. If you would like the exhibition to come to your town, please email Natalie at natalie@motherroadrevisited.com


An Introduction to Mother Road Revisited from Natalie Slater on Vimeo.

Mother Road Revisited is a rephotography project that follows Route 66 from Chicago, IL, to Santa Monica, CA, correlating old postcard images with current locations. Get more information from this video, and stay tuned to this channel for updates from the road!

Music: The Black Keys – She’s Long Gone (from Brothers)


Up Route 66 in a 1964 Shasta (with cameras!) from Natalie Slater on Vimeo.

Here’s a quick tour of our home, a 1964 Shasta camper, featuring lots of storage and some potatoes. You’ll also get an overview of the cameras we’re using to shoot photos and document our trip.

The Fireman – Highway (from Electric Arguments)
Sounds from the Ground – Rotorblade (from High Rising)


Adventure! Excitement! On Route 66 from Natalie Slater on Vimeo.

Finding the locations of old photos from Chicago to Santa Monica isn’t just work – we’ve managed to find the time to have some fun and see the sights of America. Join us as we cross the country on the Mother Road: Revisited project!

Music: M83 – New Map (from Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming)


The Stories of Route 66 from Natalie Slater on Vimeo.

here are so many stories just waiting to be told along Route 66. Here are some of the people we’ve met along the way and what they’ve got to say about the Route.

Music: Damen Martin – West of Tucumcari & Southwestern (from his West of Tucumcari EP)


The End is the Beginning from Natalie Slater on Vimeo.

The road trip is over, and this is a recap of the whole thing, but the actual assemblage is just beginning. Stay tuned for what the actual pieces will look like, and be sure to mark your calendars for the exhibition opening on April 5, 2013 at Living Arts of Tulsa.

Anais Mitchell with Justin Vernon – Wedding Song (from Hadestown)


Research Competition Winner from Natalie Slater on Vimeo.

This is a video I asked a friend to put together to show the beginning and end of my trip down Route 66.
Photographer: Natalie Slater
Videographer: Jeremiah Christie
Editer: Kurt Armstrong
Music: Cab Calloway “Rustle of Swing”


How A Light Box Works from Natalie Slater on Vimeo.

This is an example of how the light boxes will work in my exhibition.

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