Rubber Duck went for a swim yesterday on January 1. Today she was so excited about the snow so she went out to the rocks and started clapping.
It’s only 2 minutes and 25 seconds long. Pause it and let it load, crank the speakers, then let Rubber Duck rip.
Lisa Smith (L) w/ Andrew Love
Lisa Smith is a producer, director, editor, videographer, teacher, etc. at Cape Ann TV. Lisa and Andrew Love taught Robert Sherman, producer of the new Birding Show, everything he needed to know to get his project off the ground. Lisa also directs most of the Local Music Seen with Allen Estes shows that Vickie and I co-produce with Allen (see clips from some of those shows here) including the show featuring Boston rock star Charlie Farren that premieres tonight at 6:30pm (more about that show here).
It’s a great deal. For $20 a year, Lisa and Andrew will teach you everything you need to know about video production. Plus you get the use of their studio (where we tape Local Music Seen) and equipment. (We took their equipment on the road last year for Mardi Gras at Minglewood w/ Henri Smith & Charles Neville and then for the GHS Docksiders.)
Recently Lisa shot some blizzard video and put together a wonderful dreamy piece that just makes you feel OK about all the snow and grateful to live here. Check it out:
A time-lapse .gif file of shots from a window in the third floor of the rectory. To see some of the original frames larger, click on the image, which will take you to my Flickr set of photos from the storm.
- Fr. Matthew Green
Took Coconut to play or really “swim” in the snow.
And acted like a little kid jumping into the huge snow drifts (don’t try this at home).
On top of spending hours clearing out the car and the front of the house.
POSTPONED due to pending blizzard!!!
Rescheduled for MARCH 8th