An article about me

I was recently contacted by Torontoist about a feature in an online article, so I agreed to sit for an interview. The article came out today and you can click here to read. Please let me know what you think:

Looks good to me! Although I think the reporter found lithography very confusing (sorry!)  but she did a great job- thank you Wyndham Bettencourt-McCarthy.  I love the photos and the captions should assist you in further understanding the process-  thank you Corbin Smith. I am very pleased to have been featured- thank you Torontoist!

You’ll notice a clip from Kevin Fraser‘s documentary film Analogue is featured. I mentioned my involvement in this a couple of posts back. He has had terrific feedback and will be expanding on the film, has anyone seen it?  Kevin promised to keep me up to date and I can’t wait to see where things end up. You have to have a look at some other clips from the film- click here.

Just a terrific project, congrats and thanks again Kevin.

I must say that for someone who dislikes being photographed as much as I do this is all quite odd behaviour, who knew?! I guess it’s a year of chasing dreams, conquering fears and being open to opportunities… and I’m trying.

Big day tomorrow. Good night

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4 thoughts on “An article about me

    1. jillgrahamink Post author

      Thank you Jennifer! When do I get the bill for your PR services?! Joking.
      You have been so supportive and encouraging, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate you ‘bigging me up’!

      Reply
  1. Petra Dreiser

    Wonderful! Why did I never ask your permission to let me watch you ply your trade? I thought of it often . . . . Maybe sometime in the future. Happy for your recent recognition, and looking forward to watching you catch those dreams and take flight with them . . . .

    Reply

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