I love where I live, and I also love what I do. I'm lucky to be able to work in a profession in which I get to build relationships; one that has me meeting new people each and every day and helping them to build new lives in my beloved city. I'm lucky enough to work in a profession in which I can marry cutting-edge technologies and marketing techniques to good, old-fashioned, nose-to-the-grindstone work. I am lucky enough to work in a profession that allows me to work as an advocate for my clients; to use every tool at my disposal to get a job done well for them, and with as little stress and expense as possible.
I love my city. I love my job. One inspires my excellence for the other.
Fresno? I say FresYES
There’s about a week and a half left before the Monday, Nov. 26, deadline to submit a Swede for Swede Fest 18, which is still plenty of time to put something together. Instead of screaming about politics with your family at the Thanksgiving table, grab a camera and act out a scene from your favorite movie instead!
In order to provide some inspiration for all aspiring Swede makers (or maybe just some entertainment), here are some older Swedes you should watch in honor of Swede Fest 18. (Don’t know what Swedes/Swede Fest is? Read my breakdown here.)
1. Top Gun
For Swede Fest 8, by Dead in 60 Years
2. La Bamba
For Swede Fest 8, by Richard Rocha
3. Pulp Fiction
For Swede Fest 5, by Kevin Searcy
4. The Fast and the Furious
For Swede Fest 3, by Roque Rodriguez
5. The Neverending Story
For Swede Fest 7, by Adam Chang
6. The Avengers
By Dumb Drum
For Swede Fest 5, by Michael Banti
8. Milo and Otis
For Swede Fest 12, by Matt Hackney
9. Napolean Dynamite
For Swede Fest 12, by Joana, Jonathan and Danny
10. Mahna Mahna
For Swede Fest 8, by Heather McLane (yep, I’m including my own Swede)
11. Kill Bill
For Swede Fest 7, by John Rios
You too can be a Swede superstar! Visit SwedeFest.com for details.