In September of last year I began production of my second instructional DVD with a company called Creative Communications. After all filming wrapped and editing began, owner Mac Pirkle and his brilliant director Britt Simmons came to me saying they felt it would be a crime to try to edit all the content to a standard DVD format. What we had filmed, in essence, was a mini workshop. They suggested I consider a more progressive and accessible option via Vimeo.com.
Now, I don’t really like change. I do not like it in a box, I do not like it with a fox. But I realized that in foregoing a physical DVD with all its limitations, I could share the content of my workshops on a larger scale.
I became very excited at the prospect of offering this portable workshop to a broader audience and easier to watch format. We named it, A Painter’s Journey: A Path to Practice and Lifelong Learning”, and you can find it at apaintersjourney.com.
The series contains over 3 hours of content, and as mentioned it is basically a condensed but informative version of what I teach in my workshops. With the online format segmented into easily digestible chapters, you can watch at your own pace. You can also easily refer back to the chapters to review, or even paint along with me if you wish. Or you might be out in the field and want to refer back to a concept…just pull out your phone et voilá!
It’s easy to use, too. apaintersjourney.com will lead you to my Vimeo page where you can purchase at the click of a button. Then you can watch there on your computer or download to the Vimeo app on your mobile device and watch anytime, anywhere.
Click here to go to Vimeo, watch the trailer and see all you’ll get: apaintersjourney.com
For a little teaser on my preliminary process go to: goo.gl/8BLAQ7