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CRAFTY / SPIRITUAL ELEVATION

July 16th, 2011

My good friend Crafty came up with a new track called “Spiritual elevation” and last weekend I helped him making a video for it in Copenhagen where he’s living at the moment.

It was very impulsive and none of us really planned anything. We just hooked up and took it from there. But I think we did well.

Hopefully next video will be shot in NYC where Crafty is moving in september and have been living several times before.

Check out his Myspace HERE

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  1. Alessandra wrote on August 15, 20124:58 am

    Last year, I taped a Leadership Victoria conference where ghriapc facilitation was used and I taped the charts in progress and at the end. By taping the charts, they can be viewed more easily than from photographs, and the viewer can pause the action and read the charts. It meant that the organization had a permanent record and did not need to retain the charts themselves.If you are interested in learning how we could collaborate on a future venture, please call Barbara Strachan at 250-383-3195 (Victoria, BC).Regards,Barbara

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