Much like the beginning of the year, Martin Luther King Day puts me in a reflective mood. We've all heard or read his speech and know that he had a dream but what about you? Or me?
In 2007, I left a job in the corporate world, took a video camera and went to Africa to document people working on projects that had a positive impact in their communities. While I was traveling, I was also one of the subjects of a documentary film about people following their dreams. It screened at the Santa Fe Film Festival in 2009, which was fabulous! (If you haven't seen the trailer, you can see it here: Dream)
After returning to San Francisco, I made some efforts towards making my dream a reality but not as many as I would have liked. Well, that's about to change. 2012 is the year that I get back on track. I've upgraded my skills, now it's time to upgrade my equipment and head back out on the road!
When, where, how - these are all questions that still need answers but questions I intend to answer by the end of February. Ha! Stay tuned for updates here. You see what you can get done on a day with no mail delivery?
What's your dream? What steps will you take in 2012 to make it happen?
Countdown to Slamdance: 5 days!