Since last year in November, my portrait has been hanging in the museum with 23 other men who have survived.
It finished on Easter Monday 2nd April
I would like to thank the Canterbury Museum for hosting it.
Also, like to thank people who saw it over the last 4 months
Arron Wilson and Nicole Galpin
Phil, Fiona Sisson, James Woodlock & Kat Picillo
Steve Davis and Friend
- Chris Wordsworth and Megan Park
- Deborah Gray
The people who come on Saturday 31st April
- E-group leaders Paul & Louisa Belcher
- Justin Heintz
- Phil Sisson
- Keagan Hopper
- Woody Wu
- Janine plus children
If you want to see me in colour and more about story click here
The black and White is here
Thank you all who came again.
Happy New Year!
Wishing you a happy New year 2018.
My goals for the year
- Get fit
- Finish my course at Yoobee – in Animation and film
Sword Productions Goals
- Finish editing my script and shooting it
- Keep working the documentary about Chinese miners Shot it in Central Otago
I do have other goals. Above is an outline.
What are your New year resolutions?
- I had to go on high blood pressure pills,
- My sleep patterns are all over the place,
- I have requested 2 to 3 times to go onto day shift. No reply!
Last week (5th Nov to 10th Nov) I helped out at the South South Institute Conference on sexual violence perpetrated against men and boys.
There were a lot of key talks at the conference. I helped by providing audio and visual support.
The Sunday before the conference was a guys only workshop, then afterwards, those of us who were a part of the Bristlecone Project went to the Canterbury Museum to preview the exhibition.
My picture was giant!
On the second day I met former FBI agent and writer/producer of Criminals minds, Jim Clemente. I got his autograph and a souvenir FBI badge. A very nice guy, I hope to see him in LA one day.
The 5 days went really fast.
I ran as a candidate for Waitaki In the 2017 General election. The position is currently held by Jacqui Dean.
I came second to last with 157 votes, click here for my results.
I entered into this as a learning experience, it was fun and interesting. During my campaign I attended one public meeting, in Waimate.
I want to do Toast Masters next year to improve on my public speaking.
Below are pictures from my election night party.
Bring on Election 2020!
This is the sixth time I have done the 48 Hour Film Festival.
What a rush!
This year I joined the Mad Scientists, Directed by Jullian Josland. We did the Ultra 48, and our genre was Science Fiction.
Ultra 48 is where we had to do a sequel to one from another year, so we did Uber Cyborg 2.0 (see Uber Cyborg)
All in all, it was fun weekend for everyone
Well I am back and I can access my website again. I live in Christchurch now, been here for 21 months.
I am working full time at the airport to fill in time.
I will be posting to and re-editing my website ASAP.
Well it’s a new week: 38 of 52. Almost finished on a client’s job. It’s edited,
Here is the link:
Start in the right direction.
I was in Queenstown all last week, working for another company doing audio and visual for conferences.
It was fun. The weather was great all last week
Well, I am not at the Nose any more, I am working for another company on contract basis called Illegitimate Glow Worms. They provide for a lot of conferences in Queenstown.
A few jobs filming and doing web commercials. Will post once the clients approved the service.
Well I don’t have that much to report, thinking about a getting my own camera. I have bought a GoPro, so if you want to hire me and the GoPro email me on on firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 0800 FILMING (345 6464)
I got two quotes on cameras. One from a guy who was freelancing for Highway Patrol, and the other quote from Natural History of New Zealand.