I think this is a record after not seeing CARMANAH perform in over how many years and I got to see them perform twice before the year ended!
My brother-in-law turned a little early, and thought he was going the right way to the beach (he wasn’t). When we got to gravel road and later potholes, he decided to commit and keep going as we can see the ocean ahead and a few cars, so “there must be something there, right?”.
Normally I would be all for it! EXCEPT: 1) We were in a mini-van 2) My parents were not into it 3) My sister was not into it 4) My 4-year old nephew was not enjoying it 5) My 1-year old nephew was not into it, but then promptly fell asleep and 6) I was more worried about the tires.
But we committed.
It says a lot when you commit to a task, you try to complete it as best you can. And that’s what it felt like.
It’s the day before New Years! I can’t believe we are ringing in the new year in T H A I L A N D!! I’m not sure any other New Years can compare (as of yet) to this years! I get to spend it with some of my favourite people!
Today is a bittersweet day. It is the last FILMING DAY of 13 Miles! I have literally been apart of this project for a year (I think?). And what better way to celebrate the last day then to have our biggest crew gathering ever. With a special appearance of SNOW!
Thanks Anthony and Helena from Habethy Film for having me along on this special journey! I learnt a lot! And MET a lot of wonderful people out of it.
We filmed at a small airport next to the main YVR airport. It wasn’t too crowded and there weren’t many signs or billboards anywhere! Making it the perfect airport location to film.
Today was one of those days where the night felt like it was never going to end… and when it did you had to work your day job right afterwards. It was a full-on 32 hour day for me.
It was just a small crew this time.
I struggled climbing up all those stairs because of my bad left knee. I also struggled with trying to do 360 shots with Pooka. Which made me frustrated throughout the day among other things.
Overall, it wasn’t a great day for me, but what I could get with the drone (eventually) made me realize how much more practice I need with doing slow panning 360 shots.
Today we filmed on a track, a forest trail, and then took a ferry back and forth at Horseshoe Bay.
This was probably one of the funner days (in the rain).