Archive | March, 2008

Blog facelift!

As you can see, the blog has been given a facelift. For some time now, I have been meaning to do this, and as Cannes is looming, I knew I had to do it sooner rather than later. I plan to update the blog daily in Cannes, and hopefully with either some audio or even […]

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Editing the Gone Fishing Seminar DVD set…

For the last month or so, editor James Barham and I have been working on the Gone Fishing seminar DVD set. It’s been much more work than I had anticipated, but we have now done an edit on the whole ten hour event. It’s really turned out to be very good. In fact, better then […]

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Business Cards For Cannes

As part of my preparing for Cannes, I decided to make new ‘Gone Fishing’ business cards. It was cheap as chips to do at VistaPrint and done and dusted in under 30 minutes. I used one of the main images from the film, shot by DP Vernon Layton, and then mocked up a logo that […]

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Taking time to consider and strategise

I am writing this en route back home to London from Ireland, while cruising at 32,000'. I am a great believer in taking short breaks to help re-asses ones plans and goals. We are all victims of our routines, and occasionally, our daily habits need interrupting so that one can get a clearer view of […]

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On the road with EEE

So after being out on the road for a few days with my new Asus EEE ultra portable laptop, I can confirm that it's really a perfect balance between power and portability. I have started to get my head around the Linux Operating System (which the EEE comes with), which I still maintain, is NOT […]

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On the road with an Asus EEE 700

For years I have been in search of a portable computer. Powerful enough to do what I need, small enough (and tough enough) to carry in my bag without really noticing it. I have tried all kinds of devices in the past, and I just bought an Asus EEE – a tiny laptop that has […]

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Gone Fishing Seminar at Ealing Studios

Over the weekend, at the Met Film School at Ealing Studios, I held the Gone Fishing seminar for the last few people who had helped in the making of the movie. It was a stand out event, mainly because the group was small and intimate, giving us a chance to really have some great discussions. […]

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