Watch 3TV’s Monsoon Special tonight!

Well, as they say, there’s nowhere to go but down!

Okay, kidding, but tonight is a pretty big deal for me and will undoubtedly be a major milestone in my life that I will always remember.

A month or two ago, 3TV meteorologist April Warnecke asked me if I was interested in doing a monsoon photography interview for her. She also asked if I knew anyone else, because she wanted to get two of us into the story. Of course Scott Wood came to mind. He’s kind of like my monsoon-chasing twin if I ever had one. And if I was to ever have a “nemesis”, it would also be him…and likely vice versa I’m sure. One of us getting skunked, while the other hits the jackpot with lightning photos…would no doubt cause some serious jealousy!

It’s already happened actually, but I don’t want to talk about it. *grin* We help each other, we support each other and yes, there is a healthy competition going on too. This summer will definitely be an interesting one!

So a few weeks after April’s request, Scott and I met her out at Papago Park in the hot mid-day sun. It was a total blast, both her and James (the cameraman) were awesome, fun and helped us feel super relaxed.

Tonight, June 8th @ 6:30pm the Monsoon Special airs on 3TV. If you live here locally, make sure to watch it/dvr it or ignore it if that’s what you really want to do!

I’ll be trying to find it online after it airs and will of course post it here tomorrow for those people out of state.

Meanwhile, here are some pictures from the day of the interview. Thanks so much April for asking us to be a part of this!

7 replies
  1. Chris Nitz
    Chris Nitz says:

    Congrats to you and Scott on your big TV debut. Tomorrow, you two will be signing contracts and staring on Soap Operas….okay, maybe not the soap thing 😉 Seriously, great work to both of you and if you can find the video online, I would love to see it as I am a long way from being a local. Rock on my friend!

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