Last night at the studio, my friend (and sailing cohort) Lori brought in her first six finished tapes of her new cooking show, "Grandma's Kitchen". We transferred the shows from mini-DV tape to DVD in preparation for securing a time slot on Cablevision Public Access.
Lori sits at the editing station as we do the transfers. I think those are some kind of yams on the screen, but don't hold me to that.
Here's the title card for the show.
Antony showed up to help out and also brainstorm on some future projects. Here he tries to look intelligent by wearing eyeglasses. Nobody fell for it.
This is a better look at that bizarre painting of an alligator eating a woman's leg. It was placed in the green room to help calm the talent before appearing on live broadcasts.
Lori's an accomplished musician; here she poses next to her fabulous album "State of Being" (available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org). Those really are her two-toned eyes on the album cover!
We're hoping to get the shows broadcast soon, and then we'll be able to get certified on the high-end studio equipment to edit our movie. It's good to be busy again!