34 minutes | Dec 26th 2020

Videographer Julie Brondeel: Hold Your Own From South Africa

This podcast celebrates Julie Brondeel's journey as a videographer and content creator. She is from Belgium—currently working as a brand and content coordinator for Jack Black Brewing Company in Cape Town.  I came across Julie's video of Hold your Own by Kate Tempest, winner of the Ted Hughes Award for Brand New Ancients and widely regarded as the UK's leading spoken word poet.  Hold Your Own is a riveting tale of youth and experience, sex and love, wealth and poverty, community and alienation.  The result is a rhythmically hypnotic tour de force—and a hugely ambitious leap forward for one of the most broadly talented and compelling young writers today. Social Media Profiles: IG: https://www.instagram.com/juliebrondeel/ Website: https://juliebrondeel.com/ YT Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/JulieBrondeel/videos LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliebrondeel/ Location: Cape Town, Africa Topics Discussed: Tell us about Cape Town. Where are you surfing? Have you been to J bay? Where did you surf in Europe? You are also a musician—what kind of music do you play. What do you shot with? What does your process look like? How do you pick the music? Hold Your Own Be who you are in life? French Video with piano. Describe your first surfboard? What is the best wave you have surfed? Your favorite surf trip? Did we miss anything? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wavetribe/message
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