Friday, May 28, 2010

Photo Shoot Bump Goes Smooth

I was wrong.  I thought a near-empty condo would be ideal for an Asiansploitation photoshoot.  But background paper on carpet crinkles with weight so we scouted the exterior for options.

Bingo!  The P3 parking was ideal with hard floors, high-ish ceilings, lots of space for lights and camera, and virtual privacy.  With the capable photographer Raph Nogal working through our 7 sometimes consistent, often differing viewpoints for poster and PR concepts, we emerged 4 hours later, a few hundred group and individual shots later on schedule and with needed "Asiansploitation Spanks the Tiger" visuals intact.  Whether some of us were semi-clad with appropriate gear to evoke spanking, or we had cool, funky, and thematic poses with a beautiful red chair, I think we have some pretty stellar photographs in the making which I'll be sharing when they become available.
All I can say is I'm looking forward to the finished poster product.


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Asiansploitation & KCAA

Asiansploitation just finished a rousing Improv & Sketch set at the Korean Canadian Athletic Association awards dinner at Shilla Restaurant (Weston & Eglinton) earlier tonight (on about 10:30PM).   Thanks, KCAA!  We had a great time performing for such an enthusiastic crowd and appreciated the delicious kalbi and chap chae!  Great stuff!  Kudos to Franco, Andrea, Jeff, Sandy, and James who kicked some kimchi butt and ate some kimchi.  No butt.  But there was pork hock.

It was nice to see this organization supporting athletes and their endeavours recapped in a fun and memorable video.  A fun time out!

Best of luck KCAA!  And thanks for inviting us to perform at such a great event.

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Don't Stop Believing

Not sure why I keep wanting to listen to this Journey song and all the different versions that it has spawned.  Glee has brought it back to life.  And Steve Perry sounds great singing it.  Here's a version from Jennifer Chung & Legaci I stumbled across that I thought I'd share (I think they're from California).  Hope you like it (I did).

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