a bespectacled guy with a charming nerdiness and a love for puppets that is so huge he frequently finds himself on the Venice boardwalk performing just to share his craft.
Jeff Speetjens and our documentary on him were featured in a recent article in Los Angeles, I’m Yours.
If you haven’t been to the Half Cut Tea site before, it’s worth a visit. We hadn’t before today, but there are a lot of great mini docs on there that profile some really interesting individuals.
Recently, The Portland Egotist was nice enough to feature our documentary on Kristina Gerig.
A captain oversees his crew of sailors diligently working among a sea of organized chaos full of crayons, cardboard cutouts, collages, and paintbrushes. This adventurous pirate unleashes an uncanny characteristic from the mighty crew — a passion for art and a yearning to learn. The captain? An art teacher. His crew? Elementary students. His ship? An art classroom.
The Daily Iowan wrote an in-depth profile on Art Teacher Mark Jones. Our own Jordan Long was also interviewed for the article where he discussed Half Cut Tea and meeting Mark.
Our Kickstarter fundraiser for Season 2 was a success!
Because of all of those who pledged, we not only met our goal, we surpassed it. We are very excited about Season 2 and can’t wait to get started on it. We are already hard at work on the DVDs, Soundtracks and Secret Sweet Tea Recipes. We’ll keep you guys updated as to when the incentives will be shipped.