Storytelling through moving pictures… a workshop in Vermont

Photo by Nadia Dole

Photo by Nadia Dole

 

Hello friends,

We finally arrived in Seattle and are slowly settling in. We have been taking full advantage of the beautiful weather by discovering the nooks and crannies of the Emerald City. I am excited for the farmers’ markets and to get excited about cooking once again.

You know I save this space for my own stories and musings, but today I wanted to let you know about a workshop that Nadia will be hosting in Vermont this summer. A workshop about storytelling through moving pictures with some of my favorite filmmakers, Ryan Marshall who shot my book trailer that I love, the always inspiring Tiger in a Jar and Michael Martinez editor of “One Day On Earth”.

No, I will not be teaching this time. I simply want to attend.

How badly I want to learn from them.

August 18-22 in Vermont.

You can read more details on their site, but here I leave you with some inspiring videos.

classic pesto from tiger in a jar on Vimeo.

One Day on Earth – Film on 12.12.12 from One Day on Earth on Vimeo.

We Roam: Ichetucknee Springs from Ryan Ulysses Marshall on Vimeo.


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12 Responses to “Storytelling through moving pictures… a workshop in Vermont”

  1. Rosa says:

    Beautiful movies!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  2. Dena says:

    Glad you made it to the Emerald City. And I am very happy to hear great things will be happening nearby in Vermont this summer…..

  3. I’d love to visit Seattle someday — yearning to visit the Pike Place Market!!

    Love the videos and I hope to attend their workshop one day :)

  4. Mikey F. says:

    Me alegra saber que habéis llegado ya a Seattle. :)

    Este tipo de taller siempre me han interesado muchísimo. A ver si pronto empezamos a ver cosas así por estos lares.

    Musus,
    M.

  5. Tracey says:

    Yay! She made it to Seattle!!!!! I can’t wait to take one of Nadia’s classes! Off to see those links. Hope all is well with you Aran.

  6. My daughter and I used to swim in the Ichetucknee Springs when we lived in Florida. Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful, magical video! And the others as well. Loving your blog!

  7. Welcome to Seattle! You will love the summer here. . Cheers! Any plans for workshops by you here in Seattle?

  8. Paula Gooding says:

    Wow! Are we lucky to have you here in Seattle! Welcome, welcome, welcome. I am planning on one of your European workshops sometime soon. Seattle and area attracts the most creative people!

  9. Thanks for the inspiring videos, as we are making a video at present this is has given me some more ideas to think about.

    All the best with your new life in Seattle, I have only visited briefly while I was traveling in Northern America but liked the city immediately.

  10. Oh they are beautiful videos, so inspiring! Thank you Aran for sharing them with us.

    Wishing you and your family all the bests in your new home. I am sure that you will love living in Emerald City and I cannot wait to discover more wonderful places and delicious recipes via your superb photography and blog once you are settled in.

    Bonne chance!

  11. Beautiful videos! Glad to see you made it to Emerald City!

  12. Welcome in Seattle! I moved a year ago (from France) and I don’t think I can ever get tired of its lovely sceneries and delicious food. All the best and I can’t wait to hear about your adventures in the Pacific Northwest.

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