Henry Cejudo: Quest For Gold

“Henry Cejudo, at the age of 21, achieved his dream and made history by becoming the youngest American gold medalist in the history of U.S. wrestling. Henry’s inspiring journey from childhood adversity to the 2008 Beijing Olympics shows what the human spirit is capable of when passion and perseverance are at the soul’s foundation. His story has rekindled the national ethos of the United States; a place where freedom includes a promise of opportunities for a better and fuller life, a promise of the American Dream.”

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Loan Stars

Ex-cons, high risk loans, repos and chaos. Those are the building blocks of this real life doc series about a one of a kind car lot that specializes in second chances, where ex-con Wayne Harriman calls the shots.

I exec produced with Picture Lab Entertainment and also shot some segments. The show has a great cast of characters and it’s well worth watching for that alone.

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Alien Robot Invasion

Alright, obviously not a robot, probably not even passable as an invading force in an Ed Wood flick, but actually the Pick ‘N’ Pluck foam from my new CamDolly case.

So far everything about my new CamDolly has been great, except for one thing… it didn’t come with a case! It simply arrived in cardboard boxes from Tube Tape and once it was open all I had to move it around was a couple of old suitcases. Not very practical.

I know Met Hrovat over at CamDolly is working on a solution, but I have a show coming up where I’m hoping to use the dolly so I couldn’t wait. I decided to go at it DIY style…

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Steve Jobs and my 6-year old son

When my 6-year old son heard that Steve Jobs had passed away today, his response was one of sadness, followed by this short exchange:

“But they will still make apple computers, won’t they?”
“Yes they will.”
“Oh, tank goodness.”

Being thankful is a great strength.

Photo from Apple.

If you would like to share your thoughts, memories, and condolences, please email rememberingsteve@apple.com