I'm a documentary film maker and I run a company called Visual Feast. At the moment, I'm usually the only person in the company but that's fine. I believe in the power of stories as a force for change and I want us to hear and see more positive stories about the future.
You’re invited to our last Intersect Face-to-Face of 2009. There will be sharing of ideas and the usual inspiration and connection, but this one is a little bit Christmas flavoured and it’s all about giving.
There will be surprise gifts, crafty activities, ideas for 'sustainable' gifts and conversations about giving. You can get involved in any way that suits you - even if it's just to meet a few more people and enjoy some tasty treats.
We’re meeting at Mon Ami Cafe next Tuesday evening for some friendly conversations. If you’d like to meet more people in the Intersect network, share ideas and inspirations, and enjoy some delicious delights, then this event is just for you!
Hi Jess, I just listened to National Radio and followed your talk on your docu. I am an East Berliner living in New Zealand so I can't wait to see the film one day. I hope this film portrays the people well.
Hi Jess. Thanks for your Frocks on Bikes support - it's so heartening to know that the Frocking vision is shared by so many! We're definitely keen to do some fun stuff over the summer and will keep you posted on developments.
Frock on! Jude
Welcome to the Intersect Social Network Online Extravaganza, Jess! I hope that you can be inspired, and inspire others with your contributions. Please let us know what you would find valuable in terms of networking, and how this network might be able to support you.
A great way to 'Get Intersectin' is to check out the extensive collection of videos that people have posted, they are fantastic!