Member Spotlight - Gordon Pritchard

Cory Smith

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Member Spotlight on [Gordon Pritchard|]

*City/State where you live*
Gonzales Bay, Victoria, BC, Canada - and love it here.

*Current place of employment*
Kodak Graphic Communications Group

*Job Title*
Value in Print Initiative Marketing Manager (whew! If you've heard of Staccato screening or Spotless Printing - I'm why)

*Hometown City/State*
Victoria BC Canada (grew up in Sussex England emigrated to Montreal in '56, moved to the wet coast in '76)

*Favorite Musician/Band*
I mostly listen to Ambient/Chill/Dub music - e.g. Pentatonik, Banco de Gaia, The Starseeds, Kate Bush, Bombay Dub Orchestra, Mad Professor, Van Morrison, Jethro Tull

*Favorite activity outside of work*
Landscape sketching (fountain pen), watercolor painting, antiquing, walking country trails

*Store you would max your credit card at*
The Apple store, Lens and Shutter, Zulu Records,

*Something you must do or accomplish before you die*
Travel to India, Jamaica/Trinidad, learn to really paint in watercolour

*Other occupation you would like to try*
Full time artist/author
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*First Car*
1963 Morris Minor 1000 - the best car ever made.

*Personal Quote*
"Let it fall." There's a long story behind that quote - much too much to go into here.

*Favorite book*
The Dhammapada

*Favorite Movie*
Just one? Naw. :) Blade Runner, Brief Encounter, Cannery Row, The Best Years of Our Life, This Happy Breed, The Marrying Kind, Assault on Precinct 13. My favorite TV show is/was Hancock's Half Hour

Beautiful daughter, and wonderful wife (married to for 37 years)

*Favorite Vacation spot*
Camping at Fort Ebey State Park on Whidbey Island in the state of Washington

Thanks Gordon

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