December 10, 2016
I’m not sure how a whole year went by and I didn’t update this once, but maybe it had something to do with the Sonic Divide. The good news is that I did it. I premiered 30 pieces in a month, at remote wilderness locations that I got to under my own power, pedaling my mountain bike 2,500 miles from Mexico to. I Canada. I also filmed the whole thing and I have finished the first draft of my first documentary film, called the Sonic Divide. My assistant editor is working on it now and we will have it done in a few months.
It was a massive project and I’m still amazed that I pulled it off. The level of vision, preparation, discipline, creativity, and courage it took was well beyond anything I’ve ever attempted before and I’m proud of my accomplishment.
And it’s amazing how I’m now developing a whole new dimension in my career as a film maker. I’ve always loved film and always secretly wanted to make films, and now I’m actually doing it.
The Sonic Divide was so successful in so many ways that I’m already pumped up for my next project in 2018 . . . to be announced next year . . .