I’m off to the Live Music Capital of the World, otherwise known as Austin, Texas. No, not to pursue my lifelong dream of singing backup for the Meat Puppets, but to present a workshop at the IACP on DIY Video Production for Food Bloggers. I will be teaming up with internet sensation, Chef John from Foodwishes and mobile epicurean film maker, Daniel Klein from The Perennial Plate. Our workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, June 1, 2011 @ 1:30 – 4:30PM; it will be streamed live and available on-demand on the internets. You can find out more information here.
UPDATE: Read my recap here.
My good friend and mentor, Chef John is the most prolific video recipe creator on the internet. The video embedded above is in celebration of his 500th episode — if you like what you see here (and I know you will), there’s boatloads more great content at Food Wishes.
Daniel Klein creates an online documentary series about adventurous eating and sustainable living as he travels across America. In the video above, Daniel meets up with friends to catch and feast on some really fresh, fried frog legs. I’m hoping that in addition to Daniel’s perspective on Video Blogging, he can help cure my Omnivore’s Dilemma, because he clearly doesn’t have one. Viewer discretion advised.
If you can’t catch what is sure to be an information packed session on Video Blogging, be sure to follow me on twitter. After all, I got this cool badge and everything.
Top Photo Credit: Wiki Commons.