Now I know why they call New York the city that never sleeps.
It was past midnight when I recorded this video in “the centre of the universe.” There were so many ad screens lit up, it looked brighter than daylight!
It really reinforced one major point for me.
When I first started working in TV, I really struggled doing my own make up…until I learned one technique that made my life so much easier!
A client asked me to record a video, because she thought my make up looked natural. So here is my very first make up tutorial.
It all boils down to this tool. You may want to run out and buy one!
I get it. Posting a video can be scary.
You may not be ready to share your video to the ENTIRE WORLD.
But guess what? You don’t have to.
Last week I hosted my first ever 3 day live event,
“Shine Online Video Performance for Women.”
Entrepreneurs saw themselves transform in front of the camera!
AND I was surprised to hear one HUGE misconception over and over again.
We all hate it…
We all fear it….
Those extra 10 lbs that the camera adds when we’re on video.
But you’ll be surprised how this simple tip can instantly make you look slimmer on camera.
I had a wonderful opportunity to speak at WeCapella.
The purpose? To inspire folks to create innovative digital content
So I tried something pretty risky on stage!
I wanted to record part of it for you and walked deep into the forest so I didn’t feel so shy.
Lately I’ve been getting a lot of media attention –
CBC Radio, Vancouver Sun Newspaper, some Korean publications.
I’ve discovered this comes with some unexpected dissatisfactions as well.
When I spoke in Nova Scotia, almost everyone said this ONE TIP that made video blogging so much easier for them.
So I got all 170 people to share this tip with you!!! It’s pretty fun and awesome – take a look!
I recently filmed a TV commercial and discovered one fascinating secret to looking younger on camera! You may be surprised how this simple trick can shave off a few years for both men and women.