26.10.12 by Jeff

Creative Mornings / Vancouver Event

Creative Mornings / Vancouver event
Next Friday I will be speaking at Creative Mornings. This monthly lecture series, created by Tina Roth Eisenberg (Swissmiss), has quickly spread to 36 different cities including Vancouver.

The main reason I am doing this talk is because I am making a conscious effort to pursue everything that I am afraid of. I will be talking about aliens, and the 1996 blockbuster film “The Rock”. There is a possibility I will never speak publicly again.

Short interview on Creative Mornings/Van Tumblr: HERE.

Tix for my talk go on sale on Monday (they are free): HERE.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Ian Francis

    Hey man, good luck with the talk, you’ll be great! The few times I’ve done something like that they went past incredibly quickly (for me at least, maybe not for the audience…). Will it be online anywhere?

    • ya i think it will be available via the creative mornings vancouver tumblr

  • ElleQ

    This is really cool! Booooooom and Swiss miss are my two favorite blogs! :D I wish you good luck!

  • Great talk today Jeff. Now the only thing to fear is fear itself!

    The video should come up here in a few days:
    http://vimeo.com/creativemorningsvan





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