I actually was looking for that image of Richard Dreyfuss at the very end when he says those words (or close proximity to them).
I have really enjoyed keeping this on as a daily practice but the next few months are going to get really busy around here. I have a day job and then on top of that I have my band Cookeilidh which is going into a very busy festival season including shows at the Butchart Gardens, Bastion Square, Car Free Day to name a few. Ollie and Emma is also gearing up to go into it’s primary shoots which include our application to Bravo Fact and two mini shoots at least prior to that. I like to approach each one of these entries with care and consideration, despite how short they are and I don’t want to put out material that is literally “I have a few minutes…bang something out…”
I don’t know how much time I will have for the “Closer to Heaven” blog either, but I’ll see how that goes. There will be updates on the Ollie and Emma WordPress blog as that’s a necessary part of the show and I want to keep everyone updated on how things are going. We recently lost a member of not only our cast but also a friend and my girlfriends beloved cousin Wolf Rick Patterson so we want to make our next blog a tribute to him before we move on to other behind the scenes filmmaking writings.
I should probably be back to working on here regularly somewhere between August and September after principal photography is finished and festival season draws more to a close. Until then feel free to check out some of the links up above as well as some of the other parts of the site. There are links to a number of platforms which I have been using including my twitter site which I am probably the most frequently on (it takes the least actual time)
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So I’m going on a bit of a WordPress summer vacation. If all the images aren’t a clue definitely rent Rosencranze and Guildenstern are Dead or take it in live. It’s weird but full of cerebral fun including the fantastic game of questions.
Have a great summer everyone!
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