Why did I not post this video two years ago, when it was a little more relevant?
Probably because I was a lazy-arsed slacker, that’s why.
If anyone out there at Discovery, TLC or PBS wants to make this into a real series with me, just say the word and a beautifully polished proposal is in your mail box, ready for shinier, bigger adventures.
Here is where I keep an orderly list of Rachel and a Bus episodes. Now you can watch them in order!
Keep Coming back to watch the remaining episodes light up with links!
Episode 41~The Windy Apple
Episode 42~Sing For Your Supper
Episode 43~Connecticut Karl on the Equinox
Episode 44~Weldon Alley
Episode 45~Hiding Oscar in the Attic
Episode 46~Ottawa and Art Direction with Chris Robinson
Episode 47~Cat Sanctuary
Episode 48~Home Again Home Again, Jiggedy Jig.
Day 2 in Vegas gives Rachel a bit of a sensory [and boob] overload.
Rachel catches up on sleep and eats a LOT of cheese on her first day in Las Vegas.
There’s a new theatrical circus called “Stand Up Eight”.
I’ve proudly written about them before, and I’m currently in the last steps of wrapping up their documentary. Since being financed by Dragon, W. Brett Wilson, I’ve had the honour of participating in the show through the making of their posters, graphics, logo, promo videos and the many incarnations of their behind-the-scenes documentary.
As an animator, it’s been an opportunity to stretch my wings and play with other mediums. I’ve discovered that I like it!
I’ve just watched the “Where Are They Now” episode of Dragon’s Den, which once again, focuses a lot on The Angels and “Stand Up Eight” circus. Not only is it exciting to be involved with these CBC stars, but now I also get to say that a whole few seconds of my documentary work has been aired on CBC! (Because in the end, we all know this is all about ME! …Isn’t it??)
You can watch the entire episode on the Dragon’s Den site:
I’ve just finished the first promo video for Stand Up Eight Circus.
Filming and editing by Rachel Peters.
Second camera man, Dragon Alexander.
To read more about the show, click here.
More promo and a documentary to come.
And here’s a 90 second version of the same show (for those whose attention can’t hold for 4 minutes).
Links to friends Rachel loves to brag about:
Musician, Larry Norman (1947-2008)
FILMMAKERS and ANIMATORS
Paul Quarrington (1953 – 2010)
RACHEL IS A FAN OF