As promised. Here are some pictures of the new utility cart built by Brett Grant-Grierson. He used square tube steel on this version. Very sturdy and lighter than aluminum.
Monday, November 10, 2008
So much for my promise to keep things rolling on this blog...
Since Angels and Demons, my crew and I have completed a pilot for Fox television and Ryan Murphy Productions. Ryan is the creator of Nip/Tuck and directed the pilot. The pilot is called Glee, and hopefully will be making it's way to television this spring. It is a musical comedy about the competitive world of high school Glee Clubs. As far as the sound goes on the pilot, it was a challenge. Thoroughly enjoyable experience, and totally different from any of the TV that I have done to date. Thanks to John Kousakis for bringing my on board for this one.
I took delivery of my new follow cart mid-way through production of Glee. I didn't load it up for use until we finished, but have done so and have already worked a couple of days with it. It's awesome and perfect... Finally.
I will post pictures as soon as I can get things together enough to do so. I'm painting the shelving in my truck today, so I'm all out of sorts. Perhaps I can get some pics up tomorrow.
Work is starting to wind down for the end of year. It will be day calls and commercials till we get into the new year. Sort of looking forward to the day call routine. It's always interesting coming into something for a day here and there.