Thanks for your message, Judith! It's great to get news from you. I am just preparing a trailer for my new project that will be at Independent Film Week -- I'll post it when it's done! I look forward to more updates from you and other workshoppers.
hi judith, apologies for my delay in responding....been working on NBPC's Afropop series....currently in post packaging the series. coming back up for air in a few weeks...eager to pick up where i left off after the workshop ... applying what i learned. how are you? did you get to go on vacation already? hope so.....and definitely will be upgrading my page, and looking at your template for professional highlights!
Hey Judith... This is such a great site. Soon I will post my videos and specific updates on my Iraqi film... hopefully very good updates! Thank you for creating this online community gathering for all of us and other PA fellows. I hope all is well. Miss U! J
Hello Judith, I love the site! I actually feel that I'm part of a community of producers now. Much of what I do is generally by myself and I never get interaction from other producers. I hope this changes things on some level and I cant wait to see what comes next! What a great looking bunch! I hope you are doing well, Cheers!
That photo was automatically pulled over from my Facebook account. It was taken in Sigtuna, Sweden. Next to me is a Viking rune, one of many scattered across the town.
There is a funny story behind the Segway. 2 1/2 weeks before departing for a Baltic Cruise, I broke my left foot. The timing was horrible as I was taking my niece and nephew to Disney the next day, Newport was the following weekend, then the cruise. I rented an electric wheelchair at Disney, a golf cart at Newport, but I was stymied about how to navigate the cruise ship and the ports.
The idea of a Segway popped into my head, so I went to the local dealer and asked them to let me "rent" one. They weren't keen on the idea, but eventually agreed after I bugged them to death. A liability release and $400 later, I was off. The airlines treated it as they would a wheelchair or a stroller. I would ride it down the gangway, then they would store it with the other cargo and have it waiting for me on the gangway when we landed. It gave me the mobility I needed to enjoy the lovely cities we visited. I just had to get used to people staring at me. :-) Sadly, I had to return it to the dealer when we got home.
Hope you've had a good week. I miss everyone. Bev