Today I was interviewed on ChaiFM, a radio station, in anticipation of my "Road To Return" documentary, that will be broadcast this coming Sunday morning at 09h00 on SABC2. Was a great interview, the biggest surprise of all was the presenter...David Batzofin...a blast from the past. Not only does David do radio talk shows, but … Continue reading RADIO INTERVIEW
One of the nicest people whom I have worked with other than Israel Houghton is bryan adams. He was so involved and took such an interest in the shoot. His entire band is down to earth and so much fun. What was not such fun was living in Cape Town, editing in Johannesburg (Gauteng) and … Continue reading bryan adams – a gem to work with
ORDINARY PEOPLE BECOMING EXTRAORDINARY in a journey to deeper understanding within their faith. This programme is about Jewish people young and old who grow up in a secular enviroment, but later become more observant of their religion. This programme reveals the highs, the lows and the challanges that they have overcome.It is informative, humorous and … Continue reading The Road to Return
Article in Screen Africa April 2009 http://www.diprod.co.za/screen_africa.htm
Then there was the time that I toured with STING - what an amazing man. He is one of the very few artistes that would sit in the canteen eating with the crew, as opposed to a separate room with silver cutlery.
U2 live at the Greenpoint Stadium in Cape Town was the most amazing experience to watch - they have taken music concerts to another level. What I would have done to just workshadow on something on this scale - The "claw" as they call it was brilliantly utilized with 8 follow spot operators within the claw so neatly hidden, so effective..the screens were something … Continue reading U2 WOW !
Have been busy work-shopping and brainstorming on some amazing concepts, can't share yet but soon will. Love it when a plan comes together...from discussion to proposal on paper and then clients show an interest.....then the best part is taking it from the written word and morphing it into video...I love that process - so rewarding. … Continue reading Yesterday and tomorrow
I'll be teaching the TV production students at AFDA in Cape Town next week – I love giving back – I’m so thankful for my 30 years of experience and the people who mentored me along the way. I’ll be going down memory lane soon, so watch this space.