Kenneth Friedman
moving pictures

Here is a collection of some of the videos I made for various events and occasions, or just for fun. You can explore my YouTube channel to see more.

I also have uploaded a series of talks from the greats which were not previously available on YouTube. You can see them all here.

Winter is Coming — House Warming

My roommates and I moved into an apartment. We kicked things off with a party. Here's the recap.

Junior Year In Review

A look back at Junior year.

Summer 2015: In Review

This video is a look back at Summer 2015. I was in California working at Apple. Lots of fun times in San Fransisco, the beach, hiking, and more. Check out some of the highlights.

Spring 2015: In Review

This video takes a look back at my Sophomore Spring in 2015. Some of the highlighted events include the snowiest winter in Boston ever, MakeMIT, 6.115 shenanigans, and Ring Delivery.

IAP 2015: In Review

This video is a look back at IAP 2015. IAP stands for Independent Activities Period, and it's MIT's January term. This year, I interned at NASA and helped run MIT's first ever Science Olympiad Invitational.

Summer 2014: In Review

I made this video to take a quick look back at all of the adventures I had in the summer of 2014. I spent the summer at Zeta Psi, working at the MIT Media Lab. I also had the chance to explore Boston, hike Mt. Washington, and more.

Serenade for a Picket Fence

Senior Drummers perform the Concerto Serenade for a Picket Fence at the FM Concerto Concert on February 6th, 2013.

Performed by Peter Batten, Kenny Friedman, Aravinth Mathuranayagam, JP Quinn, and Ben Ranalli.


From the AP Bio lab group Milkweed & Cookies, this is a Thrift Shop parody lyric video titled RFLP Shop. There is also a music video version.

Performed (written, recorded, and produced) by Peter Batten, Liam Frank, Kenny Friedman, Wilburt Geng, and Greg Rosenthal.

Computer Science Recruiting Video

I made this video in late 2011 to advertise the computer science electives offered at Fayetteville-Manlius High School that are open to all students. It was played for the school during the elective selection presentation.

Zero Robotics Finals 2012

This slideshow highlights our robotics team's trip to the Zero Robotics Finals in January 2012 at MIT to meet astronauts and see our code executed on robots on the International Space Station.

Jimmy Speaks the Truth

After losing a game, Jimmy has to admit to our computer science class that iOS is better than Android.