If you have today off, I hope you’re enjoying it! Funny story: When I moved back from England I didn’t believe people when they said that Family Day was a real holiday. I really didn’t think it was real and thought people we lying to me!
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You know when you’re so busy your head starts to spin? My head hasn’t spun off yet but I made a pie chart graph out of my to-do list this week. I’m not even kidding. In general I’m pretty organized even if I am probably the most clumsy person you’d meet. (I feel badly for my neighbor below me in the morning as everything falls to the floor.)
Open File has been keeping me quite busy as well as music promotion. Hopefully you’ll have noticed I made a new toggle button for all the publicity and marketing I do. Now that you’re looking, click it! Ottawa doesn’t have anyone specializing in band promotion outside of record companies doing it for them. Obviously I’m not limiting myself to just music. There are some other exciting plans for client representation this Spring in the works.
As is my show! Not so subtle advertising point, if you haven’t RSVP’d to the event, please do so here.
The documentary sort of took over the last week of my life. We’ll be shooting tonight as well. I’ve written a post about it here. It’s a bit too long to post simply as a ‘blog post’ but maybe I interviewed for it while we were shooting. I have dubbed it, ‘Audio Fail.’ Yes, we have to re-shoot because as wonderful as the stories we got from club patrons were, the quality of the audio was not production worthy. We’ve traded for a new camera and wireless mic tonight. People have been coming up to Luca and I asking what we were doing in their favourite club wielding a camera. I like the mystique
When I was living in the UK the Ontario government created “Family Day”. I thought my friends were playing a trick on me in telling me it was a long weekend. Three years later I’ve still yet to recognize that it’s a statutory holiday and have meetings I need to go to… “Well done, you workaholic,” you say, but you know what? I love what I do.
Oh yeah, and I was interviewed for an article a little while ago with the University of Ottawa’s Fulcrum. It’s weird when the tables are turned on the interviewee. Check it out here.