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August 24, 2011

San Diego UnderSea Film Exhibition Serves Up Best Birthday Ever!

Sept. 10 is going to be a great day. Not because it's my 30th birthday, but because my first underwater short film--"Peace & Quiet"--has been selected to be shown at this year's San Diego UnderSea Film Exhibition on Sept. 10.

Many of the exhibition's organizers and judges are professional underwater filmmakers, like Mary Lynn Price, whose work I greatly admire and follow. What's also humbling is that my amatuer film is included in the same program as Howard Hall's "100 Miles" and J.D. Duff's "Cocos Island, Costa Rica." Can you believe that? I feel very fortunate to be able to say that.

I'm attending the exhibition and will tweet live from my Twitter handle @jroualdes Sept. 9-10. The week after, I'll post a blog recapping my experiences.

Posted by jroualdes at August 24, 2011 04:45 AM


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