Day of Filming Art on Horseback

Thanks to the Top Gun Entrepreneur Program that I participated in this year I was given access to the amazing interns working at the Innovation Center at the University of Maine. These business interns are specifically trained in innovation and business skills that they put into practice with Maine businesses. After an initial meeting at the center I was paired up with a small group of interns that have been helping me with business projects this summer. This week we had a film shoot to capture my new Art on Horseback with Rovandio. They are going to make a video that I can use on my website and social media to share this new form of painting. They have been doing research for me as well and so far we have not been able to find anyone else in the world who has created a painting from the back of a horse!!! I am so excited to finally bring this idea to life. I have been thinking about it for over 2 years and finally all the pieces are coming together. Thank you Christine Le, Courtney Norman and Jacob Pelkey for filming and Matthew Bullard for his work during the entire month of June. They have all done a fantastic job so far and I am looking forward to the video!

Collecting paint with my brush on Rovandio. I set up my brushes and paints at this table so I can get what I need without getting off the horse. Courtney and Jacob are filming the process.

Collecting paint with my brush on Rovandio. I set up my brushes and paints at this table so I can get what I need without getting off the horse. Courtney and Jacob are filming the process.

First painting created on horseback, not quite finished yet but I am getting there!!!

First painting created on horseback, not quite finished yet but I am getting there!!!

(left to right) Christine Le, Jacob Pelkey and Courtney Norman setting up for the shoot. You were great guys! :)

(left to right) Christine Le, Jacob Pelkey and Courtney Norman setting up for the shoot. You were great guys! :)