We did it! We got the green light on our Seed&Spark and are moving forward with the project. Okay. We got the green light almost two weeks ago. I’ve been meaning to write this post since then, but, honestly, after a campaign like that I don’t really want to look at a computer screen unless I absolutely have to. So, I’m a little late celebrating our success, but sometimes you need a little break. Not that Chris or myself took a break from the project. No, we’ve still been working and planning since the moment the campaign ended. It’s just the month plus of blogging and tweeting and facebooking and otherwise updating was a bit tiring. So, I took a break from that. Back at it, though, as we will be soon back to sharing content from Greatest Hits. We’ve got plans. Remember that this documentary, it’s only a piece of the puzzle. There is so much more coming and we’re eager to get it out in front of the world.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to Greatest Hits on Seed&Spark. Thank you to Seed&Spark for being such a great platform for us to host our project. Thank you to everyone who shared the project or just cheered us on as we went. If you haven’t already please go and follow Greatest Hits across the different sites it’s available. Even the ones you don’t use as much. Silly as it may sound to some follower/subscriber counts are a sort of currency these days with creative projects, the more we have the better we look, the better we look, the more we can do. Also, trust me, you’re going to want to see the stuff we have coming. Follow us on Seed&Spark, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and follow Chris on Instagram.