Interviewed by Motionworks

Posted on 13. Aug, 2009 by in Blog

Hey. I thought you’d like to know. I was just interviewed by John Dickinson from Motionworks. If you’d like to know some interesting facts about me and my work make sure to check out the interview. Unplugged 4: Maltaannon.
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There are already some nice responses in the comments and on my Facebook Fan Page. Some of you suggested that I should host my own show. What would you like me to talk about? Any suggestions? Or maybe you’d like me to just answer questions Tea Cups With Lids Amber Rings Wholesale Tea Trays Toddler Sleeping Bags that you ask me?

Honestly I was thinking about something like that for a while, just never thought you’d be actually interested. If you are, than this is the place and time to let me know about it. I’m waiting for your comments.

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5 Responses to “Interviewed by Motionworks”

  1. josua

    13. Aug, 2009

    heck yea, i’m all over the idea of you hosting a show

  2. Topher Welsh

    13. Aug, 2009

    do it.

  3. Scott Fedor

    13. Aug, 2009

    Hey Jerzy, I think this could be a great idea! As a suggestion, maybe do a problem solving video based on whatever real-world projects you’re working on. Something like if you’re working on a promo for Company A and you run into a production issue, breakdown how the problem came up and what different ways you tried to fix it and what worked. Just an idea…

  4. Rafael Guerra

    19. Aug, 2009

    Hail Maltaannon! Nice interview master, Just commented on your facebook page too.

  5. Reza

    22. Jan, 2010

    It’s awesome that I saw this article or whatever this is called. I’ve been thinking about this for a loooong time, but I don’t have the money to push it.
    If you have your own show, you could answer questions from the audience about “how to” projects, take live on air calls, and best yet, you can show people by example on your stage with of course, a huge screen on how to do things.
    Like teaching. Invite guests that help make huge hit movies, and very popular locals like Andrew Kramer, Aaron Arbinowitz, and many more. Your show idea could inspire others to become Graphic Artists, promote plugins, have contest. Possibilities are endless. Even teach how to use AE from beginning to end. Iron out all terminology.
    Then later, you could volunteer to make an awesome commercial to a well deserving company. Sky is the limit!!!