Going Online

The past few weeks I’ve been video taping for the online version of the Movable Beast. In some instances I managed to use two cameras so that viewers can get an idea of the technique from two angles. Of course, according to Murphy’s Law, this doesn’t always work, sometimes a camera just decides not to focus on the task at hand.

Anyway I have kept all videos short and sweet, so that you aren’t standing around for thirty-nine minutes while I complete the five hundredth rep of an exercise. Below is a sample of what you can expect. I’ve enjoyed filming and learning all the ins and outs of iMovie and its newer version. I am hoping that these videos will seemlessly help clients with their workouts; I have offered voice over cuing in most cases. Enjoy!

Published by: Andrew Binks

I am a writer living in rural Ontario, 2 hours east of Toronto. I was born and raised in Ottawa but spent the last 15 years in BC. Glad to be back. My first novel, The Summer Between, was published in 2009 by Nightwood Editions. My website is www.andrewbinks.ca My fiction and non-fiction have been published in Joyland, Galleon, Fugue, Prism International, Harrington Gay Men's Literary Quarterly (U.S.), Bent-magazine, The Globe and Mail, and Xtra, among others. I am a past honorable mention of the Writer's Union of Canada's short prose contest, Glimmertrain’s Family Matters contest, finalist in the Queen's University Alumni Review poetry contest, and This Magazine’s “Great Canadian Literary Hunt.” My poetry has also appeared in Quill's “Lust” issue and Velvet Avalanche Anthology. Harvard Square Editions will be publishing a chapter from one of my novels in their upcoming anthology "A Voice from the Planet," this fall. My satirical play, Reconciliation, about Native land claims, Japanese internment, and political corruption, was read this spring in Toronto as part of the Foundry play-reading series. My play Pink Blood received a public reading, from Screaming Weenie Productions in Vancouver this June. I spoke at the AWP conference in New York City in 2008 on the merits and challenges of multi-genre writing programs.

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