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Starting and running a business is hard. Starting and running a values-based business is even harder. Doing so requires making decisions that put people before profits. That honor individuals as humans. That sacrifice short-term wins for long-term, sustainable growth. Walk the Walk is a podcast for entrepreneurs who make tough choices in the name of integrity every day, even when it’s hard.
 
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The mission of the Center for the Study of Europe at Boston University is to promote understanding of Europe through its cultural heritage; its political, economic, and religious histories; its art, literature, music, and philosophy; as well as through its recent emergence as a new kind of international form through the European Union.
 
1 – 31 March 2012 Online 24 hours each day, avfestival.co.uk / thepixelpalace.org Radio Boredcast is a 744-hour continuous online radio project, curated by artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) with AV Festival 12. In response to our ambiguous relationship with time - do we have too much or not enough? - Radio Boredcast celebrates the detail, complexity and depth of experience lost through our obsession with speed. The full list of participants in Radio Boredcast with new and exclusive recor ...
 
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Ethan is away making magic in New York City so Nick and Graham go old school with a chatty old-timey podcast. They talk about what they've been doing since the last show, Graham's new Franken Holga 3D Stereo abomination to make pictures no one can figure out, the arrival of Nick's Lomograflok back for Instax Wide, Nick's appearance on Cameraocity (…
 
Angela - her story. Starting in Wellington, travelling to London, living in Sydney. Started as a Physio, Open to View Photography business before 5 years ago coming to Queenstown and owning a Joinery Business. Lots of discussions regarding QueenstownBy Tim Wilshire
 
In Episode 75, we talk to David Hancock about his Kickstarter for a set of 4 different pinhole cameras, his YouTube channel, and why bamboo is a great building material. Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/davidmhancock/large-format-pinhole-cameras-to-build-at-home YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/hancockDavidM Fireseller66 (make…
 
Graham received a message on Etsy from ArlenB asking if it's possible to recreate the Holga with a few twists. "Out of curiosity, is there anything preventing you from making the plans to print a regular Holga 120GCFN, with an interchangeable lens, zone focusing, and no light leaks, or is that too difficult?" This episode is a discussion about a po…
 
Recorded at Mercure Resort Fernhill at Queenstown Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Event. 0 - My Intro of Rod Drury. 1:35 - Speech starts, When he first came to Queenstown when Xero started - Did you buy shares? 2:46 - Retired 3 years ago, what does life look like? 3:14 - Covid - More than 2 weeks in one place. 3:35 - Where's the best place to live? 4…
 
See Douwe’s slides for this project on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/96630454@N06/ Build your own enlarger. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfvTjQ9MCwY Mike Ware’s Cyanotype page: https://www.mikeware.co.uk/mikeware/New_Cyanotype_Process.html David Allan on IG https://www.instagram.com/dbloomsday/ Anna Atkin’s cyanotypes: https://www.nhm.ac…
 
We welcome in Jeremiah Jones, who you may know as @Sunny16_Photo on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/sunny16_photo/) to talk about some of his camera builds and other stuff. You can visit Jeremiah's work website (https://www.sewlabusa.com/). No Nick this week. Thanks to Robbie Cribbs of Soundtrap Studios (http://soundtrapstudios.com/Sound_trap_…
 
Great story about the Graham brothers- born in Bermuda. How they got to owning an historic business in the Resort. Some Ice Hockey chat, brother rivalry, canadian influences. Great guys -check out the venue host of many great ice hockey games and ice experiences.By Tim Wilshire
 
Born in Invercargill, Scott has lived also in Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington, Melbourne & Perth. Now 2ic on the Queenstown Chamber Board. Works with ACT political party, Toastmasters, Rotary - loves and is a blue belt in BJJ. Also a great lawyer working as a Senior Associate at AWS Legal.By Tim Wilshire
 
Born near Greytown, North Island NZ. always loved Conservation, Birds of prey, Field Hockey, Came to Queenstown nearly 2 decades ago. Thrown into Tourism and led Eyesight for a long period. Opportunity arisen to get into iFly. Great business model adapting to Covid. Great spot in the middle of lots of future growth. Lots of passion.…
 
Born in Rockhampton, grew up in the Gemfields. Well travelled, Studied Japanese & theatre, Spent some time in the UK. Came to Queenstown in 2004. Now a Travel expert and instrumental in patrons having a great experience in Queenstown. Lots of hard work during Covid with Repatriation flights. One of the best conversationalists in Queenstown.…
 
Lived in Otago his whole life. Law degree, Lots of Retail store opportunities in Dunedin and then moving to Queenstown in the early 80s. Mitre 10, Homewares, Video stores, Electronics, Mobile Phones and then in the early nineties worked in Law for Anderson Lloyd before opening up the Queenstown branch for AWS Legal. Great storied career. Retired la…
 
About 40 minutes in we experience some audio issues and the quality degrades and suddenly Graham is replaced with Wallace Shawn (thanks, Ethan). Sorry about that. There are quite a few swears in this episode. We welcome Erik Mathy (IG: erikhmathy) to talk about homemade lenses, how he got from the Land of Cheese to the Land of Fog, why you should m…
 
We welcome in Nicole Small (IG Nicole Small One on One https://www.instagram.com/nicolesmall_oneonone/) for a talk about her YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXbIGe6luBekTIvnKBhYIow) series on the Cyanotype process and all about the cameras she has built and will build in the near future.By Nick, Ethan and Graham
 
Daniel spent the first 10 years of his life on the North Island of New Zealand before moving to the South. Daniel is a international tax expert working as a partner for Findex in Queenstown. Complete Uni in Dunedin and loves cricket. A good chat about what is happening in Queenstown.By Tim Wilshire
 
Ethan, Nick, and Graham get together to talk about stereo photography, the use of two lenses to create images that appear to be in 3D. Graham is enthusiastic. Nick is skeptical. Ethan is pedantic. Ian Fleming (https://www.instagram.com/ifleming/ or simply @ifleming) stops by in the latter part of the show to talk about his experiences with the subj…
 
Hamish has a great story, born in Dunedin. Has tried his hand at lots of different occupations. Fisherman, Accounting degrees, Politics and Real Estate. A member of the Highland Harcourts Real Estate team. Newly elected onto the Queenstown Chamber of Commerce Board.By Tim Wilshire
 
Director, Southern South Island at Department of Conservation. Aaron Fleming has shown outstanding leadership skills during times of crisis and change in several different fields. He is an author and ambassador, a respected leader of people, a champion of the environment, and an athlete who has defied the medical world. Improving the lives of New Z…
 
This week we talk about making your own lenses, why Back Focal Length is meaningless to Ethan, and how to play around with loose achromat lens elements to make your own, homemade lens. The formula: Formula: F = (f1 x f2) / (f1 + f2 - d) BFL = (f2 x (d - f1)) / (d - (f1 + f2)) f1 is the front lens, f2 is the back lens, d is the distance between the …
 
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