Update: Back in Cornwall for a week
I’ve escaped Brighton and returned home for a week to do some work in quieter surroundings. I’ve not been back for over a month, so I get that yearning in my bones for a little wilderness in my life. It’s great to be able to see my family, hang with my dog and squeeze in a surf or two between the work. I’ll head back here at the end of March for a proper break with my girlfriend should everything go as planned, but for now this is mostly if not all business.
What’s going on? Well, I’m in post-production for a couple of projects which require my undivided attention (one of them should be fairly obvious without me saying anything) and the solitude and quietness of my home town provides all the concentration I need. Another great advantage of having a top spec post-production system you can move to anywhere is the ability to go wherever you want and still be able to run a section of your business.
On the train down I dedicated a little time to writing a new blog post called ‘Innovation or Following Your Gut Feelings’. I’m going to proof read it a little tomorrow, but it’s a good read if you’re an aspiring director who might not know which way to turn when it comes to starting out in this job. That being said though, it’s a read for anyone who’s doing any sort of directing at any level (if you respect my opinion enough!).
I’ll try and post a few tid bits here and there throughout the week, and I’ve also requested my Edelkrone Slider XL to be delivered to me, so that break down video on my newest piece of gear should come sooner than expected! Until my next post though, stay productive!
Picture above: Spot B - a local secret surf spot in Cornwall my friends and I visit when conditions are suitable.