Making a Video

The “project” that I worked on this week was a video. It was my first time using iMovie. I did have a steep learning curve, but I think I did a pretty good job.
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You all would know the topic. I applied to be one of the “super fans” of Project Runway in their contest. Stay tuned. I am sure they will not allow ANY form of communication/posting from inside PARSONS: THE NEW SCHOOL OF DESIGN, but I intend on being there. So if I go silent, you can smile contentedly, knowing that I am greeting Tim Gunn in person. Shaking his hand and throwing around big vocabulary words. It’s 102 in New York, so I don’t intend to leave the building.
Gotta go practice my runway walk.

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10 Comments to Making a Video
      • Susi
      • Thank you. I’m sure I will be allowed to say NOTHING. But Man-o-man, when the gag order is withdrawn there will be shouting!

      • Susi
      • Thank you Manisha! I am virtual shopping for the trip already. I mean really, who on earth could possibly be a bigger fan? No one. Fingers crossed!

      • Susi
      • Unfortunately, I don’t think I can publish it here. (phew) I think we need to wait until after the contest is over.

      • Kat
      • Unfortunately, part of the rules of the contest were the video can’t be publish anywhere else so we can’t show it.

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