Sunday, March 30, 2003

Sunday Morning at the CBC. *yawn* The light is at the end of the tunnel..must.. hang... on...

Last night I hooked up with Mark Hammond, a blast from my TV past. We acted like college kids and swilled beer and blabbed everything and nothing. A late night snack at The Latin Quarter was the topper to the evening. I crashed at 2.

The alarm rang at 7.

I was half an hour late getting to the CBC.

Today we continue working on the final 2 stories from the ones we shot in Alberta. Tonight's menu features one thing: couch time. Perhaps a bad movie. Perhaps eyelid theatre.

And so it goes...

Saturday, March 29, 2003

It is nearly 1am and I am sitting on the couch after one heck of a day.
In brief: up at 5 and then went to Seattle to see the Experience Music Project.
Amazing. Fun. Big! More on that later.
And then, back to Vancouver to edit until midnight. And more tomorrow at 9am.

Thursday, March 27, 2003

Another long and hard edit at the CBC last night. Getting together another story for the kids show I work on. Another tonight, Saturday, Sunday, & Monday.
My Belize pal (Brent) sent a schedule of where we'll be visiting and shooting in April. I am very excitied. Another opportunity for a roadtrip across a distant land.
We're also going to check out some border sites as well -- possibly the point where Belize, Guatemala and Mexico meet.

The coffee is ready.

Wednesday, March 26, 2003

Last night concluded with several pints with pals at a Commercial Drive (Vancouver) eatery called Waazubi's. Tasty Crannog ales ( ) and some decent grub was just the thing to escape too much work and too much war.

A new day -- and the war drags on. Feeling lazy this morning, but in reality there is a lot of work to do. I have an 8 hour edit shift starting at 4 -- which means 2 days of work in one. The same tomorrow, and all the way until Monday (3/31).

No word from the NFB regarding the "Picture This" competition for funding dollars. The announcement was to come Monday -- so I expect the worst. Also, have not heard anything further from National Geographic regarding the border photography. Ah well, the marketing continues.

Tuesday, March 25, 2003

March 25, 2003.
The first entry.

The big news right now is that I am in the middle of finishing 5 television stories for a national kids show in Canada. So the operative word is busy. But -- I have booked the next adventure: Belize and Guatemala. A little work, a little play.

Work: Screening footage for a documentary on borders. Working on a cooking show.
Fun: Exploring the Belize-Guatemala border. And the tri-point where Mexico, Belize & Guatemala meet.

Monday, March 24, 2003

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