So once again I was contacted to be a guest on the Open Roll Podcast with Jurgen Rudolph and this time we were talking about social media. We actually did a full episode together and then I recorded some bonus content for him. It’s always such a good time getting together with Jurgen and Kim and talking about the art of business with them both.
Recently I had the opportunity to travel to Niagara on the Lake and witness the final workshop presentation of the two week summer intensive program put on by the Yellow Door Theatre Project. This presentation of Alice in Wonderland starred my two incredible nieces and the sold out audience was in place to be made aware of the incredible work this troop is doing, including beefing up the children’s acting chops. I came away genuinely impressed.
What a crazy day so far. Stood in prime location at the end of the parade in the heart of Dundas Square. My shoulders are burnt as hell (I’m pretty close to the sun). Totally worth it.
It’s incredible to see such a celebration of love and joy. Our prime minister walked the streets and he was genuinely overjoyed.
He walked the streets. Barely protected. Land of the free and home of the brave indeed.
More to come.
I had to share this photo, as I will be standing here for a while waiting to take pictures at the end of the parade route.
SONY ILCE-7RM2 (200mm, f/9, 1/400 sec, ISO100)
The only thing spoiling this are the Jesus freaks on their megaphones right beside me, but they are continually being put in their place by rational humans so it’s actually kind of funny.