One whirlwind trip from Seattle to New York and The Human Face of Big Data has made it’s official debut into the world. Well, it’s been making it’s way into the world for a while, but we now consider it officially premiered. Woohoo!
I got to go to New York for three days for the event (my first time ever into the city – I know, hard to believe) and actually, I ended up with about two days to try see something of the city. Even with battling traffic into Manhattan and out again and everything that I need to get done for work, I got to squeeze in a few things.
- Spectacular views from where I was lucky enough to stay:
2. Wonder through a few neighborhoods:
And sort of see the Empire State Building – it’s pretty spectacular at night.
3. Eat fabulous food
Just one of the delicious menus I got to sample – mussels and frites at Un, Deux, Trois.
4. Attend my first New York Premier
The official poster blown up to a 7-foot display.
5. Finally see members of the crew that I haven’t seen in a couple of years and meet a few others in person that I’ve talked to on the phone for hours but never actually seen.
And now I’m back home and researching for a new project. We’ve got all sorts of things in the works but I can’t share what they are yet. Hopefully, in the near future I can make a few exciting announcements. Until next time, back to work.
More screenings of the film coming to cities across the U.S. as well as broadcasts of the film in over 35 countries in the next year. I will announce as we get schedules finalized. A full list can always be found at www.humanfaceofbigdatafilm.com.