72 hours with empire

Director Chris Fisher.

I worked with Chris last year. He is from vancouver island, and his personality reflects it haha. He graduated from VFS and since then Chris has been working with higher level clients.
Looks like monster wanted a piece of the action

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The Trichordist

Recently Emily White, an intern at NPR All Songs Considered and GM of what appears to be her college radio station, wrote a post on the NPR blog in which she acknowledged that while she had 11,000 songs in her music library, she’s only paid for 15 CDs in her life. Our intention is not to embarrass or shame her. We believe young people like Emily White who are fully engaged in the music scene are the artist’s biggest allies. We also believe–for reasons we’ll get into–that she has been been badly misinformed by the Free Culture movement. We only ask the opportunity to present a countervailing viewpoint.

Emily:

My intention here is not to shame you or embarrass you. I believe you are already on the side of musicians and artists and you are just grappling with how to do the right thing. I applaud your courage in admitting…

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Bandventure vs homework

This weekend i spent most of my time up in squamish. Not really sober either. I naively believed that I could do work…

Squamish is a great place for a band to bond. Just sayin.

Im not even home yet, we just went straight to the studio for the band to jam. haha ultimate procrastination

We left to go up there on friday. Packed three accoustic guitars and one dejembe. Got over the bridge and then decided that we need to get wendys. Thats like four minuetes on the road before we needed to stop for fast food…

After forcing the double double coffies down we took off. A caffinated group of five screaming and laughing up the sea to sky.

Our friend alex, moved out there in april with two other friends for the sole purpose of climbing. They seem to just live for climbing right now. They found this place that i thought looked like a army bunker, but the previous tenants thought it was east van. Alex and his friends had to do soooo much just to make it liveable.

We unloaded our stuff from jeff’s truck and went to the beach to stretch out.  The beach in squamish is awesome. Dont expect to see sand banks and logs. Its not that kind of beach. Its more like an abandoned ferry dock. Its half paved and half  dirt-rock-trees. and in that dirt rock trees area the locals have set up a slack line playground. you could call it a tightrope network.  We played on the ropes for almost an hour. Its great.

this is not us but this is the place