MARGARET drops me, my guitar and all the video gear at Glengoyne distillery at 8am.
We shooting a quick d-i-y video of Whisky in my Blood for World Music Day. It’s a fun and productive morning, then I’m given a lift home in the Glengoyne landrover.
There’s some work to get out the way before lunch then I edit the video footage. Unfortunately the footage from the second camera isn;t really useable – really over-exposed. The camera switched itself off just before we started filming and although I got someone to switch it back on, the exposure lock was off. Ahh well…the other suff’s OK and it’s really just a wee thong for social media, not a video masterpiece.
While the rough edits are sending back to Glengoyne via wetransfer I go out for a walk and catch up on some podcasts.
I’m not long back when Betty drops in and we enjoy a drink in the garden in the last of the evening sun.
After a quick Thai-inspired stir-fry it’s back into the studio to finish the video edit ready for tomorrow, a few things in the office and, finally, a few minutes to relax in front of the telly before bed.