|Unloading/untying the materials as we arrived in Brooklyn (after very little sleep). L- Dustin Diedricksen. R- Steve Sparaco.|
Well, Dustin and I were in Brooklyn NY the last two nights, for a whirlwind trip out to the tv set/shooting of a brand new show for The History Channel, where we were put to the test to build a micro-guest house, in a mere 12 hours(!)- well....with some prep and prefabrication, much to the director's surprise, we were able to get it done in only 7-8 hours- and were pretty pleased with the results. Mega thanks to Dustin and Steve Sparaco for helping out- bust-ass workers, both of them. It was fun closing the night under (directly under) the Brooklyn Bridge with them too, polishing of a few NY pizzas (damn good ones too- and they better be at $25 a pop!). Two pizzas, one calzone, one beer, two sodas- $85. Yeowch.
|"That Orange Door", again....pre-cleaning it up.|
I guess I can show you how we DID fit all of the pieces in one single pick-up truck (above), interior furnishings and all! When the time comes though, I'll probably put a slideshow video together showing the progression of the overall build. Off to shoot some photos at a houseboat!
|Some incredibly wall mural work- 'LOTS of it in the district we were in- I'll post a ton more photos later....|
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