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Lots going on as usual!

So gill and I have just moved house whoo and at the moment there is no bathroom or kitchen but we did sand one of the floors in our new house ready for all our stuff here's a pic


And at the same time I am working with the gilded balloon for the edinburgh festival with a great crew and heres a pic of our half rigged control :





Gill and I are also leaving tommorrow for the Olympics to film with Emma of endeavour tv and Getty



So it's all a bit mad but very exciting!!!

Oh and last week Scott and I filmed for Heineken here's another pic of the shoot :





So all in all lots of fun stuff but the best thing ever is my new hard hat which is industry tested and certified :





Yep that's right it's in the shape of a Stetson !!!


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