‘Cincinnati Drive-By’ creatively tours the Queen City’s urban core

In an attempt to capture the many changes taking place in Cincinnati’s urban core, Zachary Herche decided to do what it is he is passionate about and make a video of the city.

“Production and editing is my passion,” said Herche. I think Cincinnati is a beautiful city and I wanted to show as much as I could of it by driving around.”

Herche lives in Mt. Adams and is attending the University of Cincinnati’s acclaimed College Conservatory of Music (CCM) where he is studying Electronic Media. He currently works for Prime Productions and says that he wanted to capture some of the city’s historic architecture and collection of bridges over the Ohio River.

“It is interesting to see some of the transformations happening around the city recently,” Herche continued. “It seems like there is so much in the works here, and I’m excited to see it all come together.”

Cincinnati Drive-By features the song “Grace Kelly” by Mika in the video.

  • Kim

    How does he NOT have a shot from the Cut in the Hill? It has by far the best view of the skyline anywhere in this city.

  • Paul

    Hm. I’m dizzy.

  • Kim: The cut-in-the-hill view of the skyline is quite dramatic, but it does tend to be overused in my opinion. I was pleased to see views of the city’s great architecture and street canyons. These are rarely seen views in video and photographs.

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    My email is marcella.bielskiwright@fredmeyer.com

    My blog is cheesemonger.wordpress.com

    Thanks,

    Marcella Wright
    Murray’s Cheese Specialist for Kroger and Fred Meyer

  • Perrin Wofford Rountree

    How do you see the video?

    • Good question. It looks like the owner of the video has made it private since this post was first published back in 2011.