Monday, March 22, 2010

After many days, months, years. After late nights and early mornings and more phone calls in a day than I thought was humanely possible. After over 200 hours of broadcasts in the last 6 weeks. After begging for money and the always last minute hiccups.

Last night, I finally got to watch our film aired on local PBS.

Funny thing about watching one's film on the small screen without thinking about the hundred different ways that the story might be improved - music, tempo, shot selection, content, narrative actually get to enjoy it.

And to reflect ever so briefly on the journey that brought you to that moment.



This is How Rumors Get Started

Friday, March 5, 2010

So I'm in Lake Placid today. As in New York, not Florida or anywhere else. And there's some buzz on the street. Actually a lot. Is it the traditional post Olympic high turbo-boosted by the 30th anniversary of 1980? Nope. Is it the wealth of local athletes who attended or the medals they brought home? Nope again.

The buzz on the street and in the offices of the powers-that-be is the news that Placid is making a run for the 2018 or 2022 Games (depending on who you ask).

Logos are designed, T-shirts are on the way and architectural designs are...designed.

And yes, they're already squawking about the tax bill!

Oh's a joke!


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