Sorry for the delay – its going on ten weeks where you haven’t heard from your budding producer. I wasn’t sitting on my laurels waiting on the next project. So I’ve kinda sprouted, spreading my wings.
I accepted several subcontractor projects outside of the Incoming Tide triangle, one that will go down as one of the years most exciting events, working days and nights as the project manager for The Greenwich Food+Wine Festival presented by Serendipity magazine. Met some interesting fun people who volunteered for the event, in addition to working with Serendipity magazines great staff.
And yes, I’m a culinary fanatic, so meeting and working with Chefs in this picture (not available) – WHOA! I’ve attempted every recipe. Along with food and wine, I worked with a few popular bands, Sister Hazel, Rusted Root and Natasha Bedingfield.
Its been a great entertainment season and I have much to be thankful for…so I want to first thank EW Group (Rich, Chris, Florence, Mike and Joe) for their support over the past two months. I’ve improved!
Lastly, I must give a huge thanks to the City of New Rochelle and all the performers from Wildcliff’s 2011 season. Without you guys this journey would be impossible, so hugs and kisses to all.
My next blog will will cover Incoming Tide Entertainment’s latest adventure, venue management for the Parish House Performing Arts Center, a.k.a. PAC House. Follow us on Twitter @parishhousepac, Facebook at Parish House PAC. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit link for invitation to our PAC House preview and mixer, open to industry leaders in theatre, music and special events planning. http://incomingtideentertainment.com/invitepachousemixer.jpg
Warmest regards, the budding producer