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Thursday, November 17th, 2011
Folk musician Ellis Delaney sat down with me for an hour during a break from performing at Planet Bluegrass’ Folks Fest, 2011. Ever eloquent and Buddhist-inspired, Ellis’ interviews always remind me that being here now is the best place to be. In this video interview, Ellis discusses how life and her touring schedule changed when her baby, Ruby, was born April 2011. Having and loving a baby, she says, reaffirmed her love of performing, and she now feels like she’s writing the “best songs she has ever written.” She also reflects on her latest album, “Right on Time.”
Sunday, November 13th, 2011
Malcolm Daly, 55, feeds his soul by feeding his friends—mole, paella, margs; sharing food is his favorite way to develop the sense of community he thrives on. Ever since two near-death experiences rocked his world in 1999 and 2004, Daly has gregariously shared his life and stories with others. These days, the founder of Great Trango Holdings and former avid first-ascensionist still designs equipment as a consultant, but more often than not you will find him publicizing the nonprofit he now directs—Paradox Sports—from behind the grill at climbing events, where he makes a mean pancake.
Read the full Climbing article by Lizzy Scully by clicking here.
Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
Two years ago at the Lyons Folks Fest, I had the privilege of interviewing numerous artists who were performing at the festival and also teaching at Song School the week prior. Mary Gauthier inspired me because of her honesty, love of song, and her original style. So, out of the dozen or so interviews I did, this is the first one I have put together. I hope to assemble more in the upcoming weeks. Thanks Mary Gauthier for allowing me to interview you. Thanks also to Tim Benko, the fellow who did the filming, and also to Planet Bluegrass, who gave me back stage passes and encouraged me to talk with as many artists as possible. I have an amazing life.
Sunday, May 29th, 2011
I created this video with a old, borrowed camera at the 2009 Lyons Outdoor Games. I lucked out and joined forces with the bus driver, who was driving competitors up the canyon. He let me ride on top of the bus (I was attached with a rope) to get video footage while he drove down canyon, paralleling the kayakers. It was an exciting adventure, and it yielded some good footage.