Wow – what an awesome experience — Kristina and I rolled in to the ‘Sunrise’ set in Sydney’s Martin Place this morning and were given the full celebrity treatment by the behind the scenes crew before hosts Andrew O’Keefe and Rebecca Maddern joined us outside for a what was a glorious Sydney day.
The director, two camera men and Andrew rushed to me to check out the bike and ask the important questions, like “how long did it take to break in that Brooks saddle?”.
Then, before we knew it we were live on air and the conversation became somewhat of an improv version of what we expected — but we think we managed to get a few important points across — leave it to you to let us know 🙂
The flurry of activity to our websites was awesome. After the show we had hundreds of new visitors, many sign ups to our updates and several enquiries for us to speak at events and facilitate workshops — making this a very rewarding 5 minutes on air!!
This was an amazing opportunity to extend our audience in both the adventure and education components and to create new possibilities of leveraging our teams’ consulting expertise in transforming education and inspiring more connected lives in Australia.
We’re not able to embed the video on our site so click through the link in the Tweet below to be taken to Weekend Sunrise and watch our segment!
— Nicolas Arney (@NicolasArney) April 28, 2013
And here’s a cool pic posted by the amazing Emily Jones (Media and Public Relations at University of Sydney) of us on set with Andrew O’Keefe and Rebecca Maddern:
— SydneyEd&SW (@SydneyEdSW) April 27, 2013