Starting from our first meeting in the spring, I documented our new theatre company’s development right up until the cast party. I did other things within the company, some fun, some not, but using photographs to promote the project as well as to document it and make it real, was the most satisfying. Read more Actors like acting
Photo processing on the desktop seems serious: industry standard software, large images, big monitors. An iPhone is fun. You can play with it anywhere and be influenced by anyone and anything including your neighbour’s dog. Or your neighbour. Read more iPhone
Since I bought my iPhone last month, I’ve barely cracked open my Mac, which leads me to the present project: iPhone as workstation. From now until September I am going to use only my phone for our two blogs: archienadon.ca and Beach Roads Acadie.
The latter we’ve barely touched in the last year because of time restrictions. Read more iPhone Workflow
There are two approaches to fundraising that I can think of: one is to come up with an angle so compelling that people pull out their wallets with a sense of urgency; the other is to think of an activity that is just too much fun to pass up. For my first campaign, I’ve chosen the latter. and judging from the photos, I think I’m succeeding. Read Fun about fundraising
I don’t like making rookie gaffs in anything and I especially don’t like doing it in social media for a client. But I don’t want to be seized with doubt about everything I post, either. So I’m practicing on my friends. And, amazingly enough, I still have some.
If you want to see what I’m practicing with, go to my Facebook page. I have signed up for a charity run for youth and my goal is to make $1,000 from micro-donations of $2. More about practicing social media