[GSBN] TV Star!

Ian Smith ian at lopezsmolensengineers.com
Tue Jan 20 16:09:19 CST 2015


Is Wes Anderson available to direct?

Ian Smith



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> Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2015 08:29:39 +1030
> From: "Bohdan Dorniak" <bdco at adam.com.au>
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> Subject: Re: [GSBN] You (or some Natural Builder you know) Could be     a
>         TV      Star!
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> How about Straw bale Dundee?
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> [mailto:GSBN-bounces at sustainablesources.com] On Behalf Of Derek Stearns
> Roff
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> Subject: Re: [GSBN] You (or some Natural Builder you know) Could be a TV
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> What will you call it, Bob?  "Ca-straw-ay"?  Or maybe, "Lost HighRise-ons"?
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> Derek Roff
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> On Jan 20, 2015, at 2:14 PM, Bob Theis <bob at bobtheis.net> wrote:
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> ..Okay, so here's the pilot: the architect shows up on the job site of his
> straw bale high rise in Hong Kong, which is being built on a barge. A
> typhoon sweeps in, the barge breaks loose, and after a week at sea, it runs
> aground on the shores of Borneo. So the architect has to survive by his
> wits
> AND complete the high rise using vines and bark and animal skins..
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> Okay, sure, it's got a few rough edges. But there's nothing like it out
> there, am I right?
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> On Jan 19, 2015, at 4:57 PM, David Arkin, AIA wrote:
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> Hello Global Baler Friends:
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> This just in . an interesting opportunity for 'a Les Stroud type' (I had to
> look it up too:  http://lesstroud.ca <http://lesstroud.ca/> ).
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> Perhaps one of you, or someone you know?  Point them to reply directly to
> Sam Brown at Matador.
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> Happy New Year,
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> David 'more of a Howard Roark type' Arkin
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> From: Sam Brown <sam at matadorcontent.com>
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> Date: January 13, 2015 5:32:39 PM PST
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> To: Sam Brown <sam at matadorcontent.com>
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> Subject: TV Inquiry
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> Greetings!
>
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>
> My name is Sam Brown. I work at Matador, a production company in Los
> Angeles
> whose founders have produced series such as NBC's The Biggest Loser,
> History
> Channel's Swamp People and Discovery's Dual Survival. I had come across
> your
> website and wanted to reach out.
>
>
>
> We're currently trying to develop a series with a network around a
> charismatic and skilled contractor/architect who is also a wilderness
> expert-someone well versed in the outdoors and the wild. The dream is a
> male
> talent in their 30's, 40's or early 50's. A Les Stroud architect of
> sorts...
> Being an expert in this world, I was wondering if you might be able to
> point
> me in the right direction on this. Is there anyone who comes to mind for
> this, or that you could recommend?
>
>
>
> Thank you! Any information on this front is greatly appreciated.
>
>
>
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> Sam Brown | Director, Development| Matador
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> Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2015 14:01:21 -0800
> From: "David Arkin, AIA" <david at arkintilt.com>
> To: Global Straw Building Network <GSBN at sustainablesources.com>
> Subject: Re: [GSBN] You (or some Natural Builder you know) Could be a
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> Sounds more like 'McMilligan's Island', starring the original Straw Dawgs
> (Greg McMillan and Turko Semmes)?!
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> : D
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> On Jan 20, 2015, at 1:23 PM, Derek Stearns Roff <derek at unm.edu> wrote:
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> > What will you call it, Bob?  ?Ca-straw-ay??  Or maybe, ?Lost
> HighRise-ons??
> >
> > Derek Roff
> > derek at unm.edu
> >
> >
> > On Jan 20, 2015, at 2:14 PM, Bob Theis <bob at bobtheis.net> wrote:
> >
> >> ?.Okay, so here's the pilot: the architect shows up on the job site of
> his straw bale high rise in Hong Kong, which is being built on a barge. A
> typhoon sweeps in, the barge breaks loose, and after a week at sea, it runs
> aground on the shores of Borneo. So the architect has to survive by his
> wits AND complete the high rise using vines and bark and animal skins?.
> >>
> >> Okay, sure, it's got a few rough edges. But there's nothing like it out
> there, am I right?
> >>
> >>
> >> On Jan 19, 2015, at 4:57 PM, David Arkin, AIA wrote:
> >>
> >>> Hello Global Baler Friends:
> >>>
> >>> This just in ? an interesting opportunity for 'a Les Stroud type' (I
> had to look it up too:  http://lesstroud.ca).
> >>>
> >>> Perhaps one of you, or someone you know?  Point them to reply directly
> to Sam Brown at Matador.
> >>>
> >>> Happy New Year,
> >>>
> >>> David 'more of a Howard Roark type' Arkin
> >>>
> >>> Begin forwarded message:
> >>>
> >>>> From: Sam Brown <sam at matadorcontent.com>
> >>>> Date: January 13, 2015 5:32:39 PM PST
> >>>> To: Sam Brown <sam at matadorcontent.com>
> >>>> Subject: TV Inquiry
> >>>>
> >>>> Greetings!
> >>>>
> >>>> My name is Sam Brown. I work at Matador, a production company in Los
> Angeles whose founders have produced series such as NBC?s The Biggest
> Loser, History Channel?s Swamp People and Discovery?s Dual Survival. I had
> come across your website and wanted to reach out.
> >>>>
> >>>> We're currently trying to develop a series with a network around a
> charismatic and skilled contractor/architect who is also a wilderness
> expert-someone well versed in the outdoors and the wild. The dream is a
> male talent in their 30's, 40's or early 50's. A Les Stroud architect of
> sorts... Being an expert in this world, I was wondering if you might be
> able to point me in the right direction on this. Is there anyone who comes
> to mind for this, or that you could recommend?
> >>>>
> >>>> Thank you! Any information on this front is greatly appreciated.
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> Sam Brown | Director, Development| Matador
> >>>> ?????????????????????????????
> >>>> 3425 Cahuenga Blvd.
> >>>> Los Angeles, CA | 90068  | 323-795-8010
> >>>> sam at matadorcontent.com | www.matadorcontent.com
> >>>>
> >>>> <F1BDC0C0-803A-49AC-A8F6-2109191F1262.png>
> >>>>
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> Ecological Planning & Design
> 1101 8th St. #180, Berkeley, CA  94710
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> www.arkintilt.com
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> David Arkin, AIA, Architect
> LEED Accredited Professional
> CA #C22459/NV #5030
>
> Director, California Straw Building Association
> www.strawbuilding.org
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