Boob Tube for Puckett

It’s been a busy two weeks and technically I’m suppose to be writing RIGHT NOW, but a little lunch break blogging is okay, right?  Especially when there is good news to share:

We have a TV distribution offer for “Appointment in Vancouver!”  

In the last two weeks, this project has skyrocketed out of the dreaded plateau stage and is full-speed-ahead-mofo, which makes sense considering our deadline to accrue our finishing funds is the end of May.  This newest development definitely proves that we’re sitting on an exceptional project that will appeal to a big audience.

It’s exciting to see Seth Caplan in action on the business side of this game.  He’s inventive, smart and has an overall perspective the is essential to success —- it’s good for me to take off my creative hat for a bit and watch, engage, and learn.  We’ve got big plans for “AIV” that are unfolding now.  Keep.  Your.  Fingers.  Crossed.

However, NGL, I can’t wait for the conference calling, pitching, and back-and-forthing to open up to shooting and editing… which will be happening soon! We are going to Mammoth Mountain to film Casey on snow at the first Olympic training camp of the season.  We’ll be probably be there from May 20 – 22.  

Thanks to Tyler Shepherd, the U.S. Skier Cross coach, we’ll be in the middle of it all on the slopes and at the starting gates.   Plus, Casey will be working in with the U.S. Alpine team — all of them are old buddies — so hopefully we’ll score some interesting A-team-athlete interviews from more than one future medal winner.

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