Thursday, June 15, 2006

The cast and crew at the Palace grounds Bangalore, India.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Bangalore, India

IBM-India Photo essay is at: "Tetanus shot, Malaria pills, Polio vaccine and various other medical preparations = $300.00 First Class ticket to Bangalore = $5000.00 Panasonic digital camera = 150.00 Pounds A Bottle of Kingfisher Beer = Rs 100 Being Chauffeur driven in India = Rs 250 per hour Getting together with Rob, Kevin, George, Eric, Danny, Richie, Nelson, Brian, Steve, Marty,Tim, Jeff, Greg, Paul, Franklin and the rest of this fantastic crew to do what we do best, (make shit happen) on the other side of the Globe = PRICELESS. This has truely been an experience that I will never forget and one that I am very greatful to have worked on. The precious memories that I have walked away with, from Bangalore India June, 2006 can never be matched. From every wire to every piece of equipment, From every drop of rain to every ant & mosquito From every curried piece of lamb to every sacred cow From every sinking feeling of ( oh my God this has got to be the worst disaster I have ever been involved with) to the most satisfying feeling of triumph while hearing Rob Anderson say "That's a wrap". These memories will always be considered by me to be a priceless treasure of experiences. " Jeff "OZ" Osborne June 13, 2006 "Just wanted to drop a quick note to you all to thank you for an extremely difficult job very well done by every one of you. I actually don't think I could dream up more bizarre technical challenges to throw at a crew, equipment much needed not every existing or trickling in with no notice, endlessly patching, repatching, patching around-under-through stuff that is mismatched and not what we needed for the job at all. Couple that with no air conditioning, too much air conditioning, working in a bathroom for crying outloud, and a whole building that was determined to kill my audio team, and the whole thing turns into something that is written and directed by Tim Burton.But you guys pulled through with the best attitude and work ethic I could have ever asked for, even Marty(last one for this job I promise).So, on we go to the next. Oh yeah, Tim, I know this was your first one with this bunch. Aside from dealing with Marty, they usually aren't this hard (I lied)." Eric Ketchum

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Our Stay on the French Riviera

We left New York on Monday, July 11th, and had a very comfortable flight, although our flight left an hour later due to a lot of traffic. We arrived in Nice seven and a half hours later on Tuesday, July 12th about 10:30 a.m. French time. The sun was shining brightly. A taxi met us and drove us to our hotel, Le Grimaldi, a lovely inn with a great restaurant and just 5 guest rooms. The hotel was in Cagnes sur Mer, a medieval village at the very top of Haut de Sur. Our mouths dropped open as the driver went up steep winding roads that were narrow but were still two way “streets.” The view at the top was glorious where we were able to see the towns below and the Alps. We were nicely greeted and our room was most comfortable with and had a beautiful view... For the entire story go to:
The old Roman fort at Eze, France The beach at Juan Le Pins
Our room at the Hotel Grimaldi. Italain cruise ship leaving the Port of Nice on it's way to Monaco.
Lighthouse at Antibes, Fr
The Happy Couple in Cagne Sur Mer, France

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Lilacs at St Paul de Vence

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At the seawall in San Remo, Italy

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Friday, May 20, 2005

The Happy Couple ready for summer and some more adventures in the "Old World."

At the Trevi Fountain in Rome.

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Thursday, May 19, 2005

{ Why I write }

"I write because I can't do any of the following: paint, sculpt, sing, take photos, play an instrument, commute, wear a suit, remember appointments, return phone calls, work for a boss, concentrate in a meeting, serve food and drink, or do anything else at all, really. Nor can I ever ignore the urge to try to get out what's in, however hard I try." Nick Hornby, author: Fever Pitch; High Fidelity; About A Boy; How To Be Good.

my new business card...

Saturday, May 14, 2005

The cartoon's from the Daily Eschaton; The Media Info's from: 2-Pop

Now I remember what this reminded me of.... And from The Best Media Related Website there is: Film, Video, Multimedia: Directing, Editing, Videography. Go to: 2-PoP at:

Saturday, May 07, 2005

H.L Menken once said:

"As democracy is perfected, the office of the president, represents more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron."