Welcome to our very first blog entry!
With this blog we aim to keep you all up to date, not just with us and what we’re up to but also things relevant to our current project, which at the moment is our Stanley Park documentary.
Things have been extremely busy here at Beautiful Earth lately what with meeting new people for interviews and getting our website ready and it seems like there are hardly enough hours in the day. But it has been worth all the hard work and it really does seem like we’re on the right road with the whole thing. Anyone who has ever tried anything out of the ordinary will know that one of the hardest things to do is convincing yourself that you’re doing the right thing. Almost every step we’ve taken on this journey has been met with encouragement and meeting exactly the right people, often quite by chance, so we feel a growing sense of excitement as we continue with our work towards the completion of this DVD.
We have already interviewed some truly wonderful and fascinating people including Terri Clark (formerly of the Park Board), William Nahanee (of the Squamish Nation), Vickie Jensen (author of Totem Poles of Stanley Park) and we have lots more lined up so it’s shaping up to be a very interesting couple of months ahead.
Terri Clark formerly of the Park Board
Vickie Jensen: Westcoast words and author of Totem Poles of Stanley Park
We are always looking for people who feel they might have something to say about Stanley Park or have an interesting story to tell. Perhaps you have a relative who always talks about their youth in the park or maybe you simply feel very passionate about the place; whatever it may be, we’d love to hear from you so head over to our contact page and send us an email.
We hope you keep checking in with us and following our story and we’ll be doing our best to add to this page as often as we can.
Thanks for stopping by! -A