I’m pretty proud of this.

My friend Michael Saia, one of the top film editors in New York spend a couple of weeks taking all of the hundreds of little documentaries we’ve made and turned it into one short film that tells the story of Sketchbook Skool.

It’s been two and a half years in the making and stars tens of thousands of people. It’s emotional, it’s funny, it’s exciting and it’s real.  Dozens of students made videos telling their feelings about the Skool and I am so moved by their passion for what we have done. I never imagined that this project would grow so big or touch so many lives but it’s wonderful to see how it has.

If you like this film, please consider joining us for the next term at sketchbookskool.com. It starts on June 10. And if you are already enrolled, please share this film on social media and with your friends. I really appreciate your support.

11 thoughts on “I’m pretty proud of this.”

  1. Love this synopsis of SBS. I passed it on to several friends and family. Thanks, Danny, and all who make Sketchbook Skool everything that it is.

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  2. Sounds great fun Danny. We’ve just started Sisterhood of the Travelling Sketchbook group with a book starting its journey around the globe – it is wonderful to connect through drawing and getting people engaged in where they are and what they are seeing / feeling through sketching

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  3. And you should be, Mr. Gregory! I have been grabbing people by the lapels and telling them to check it out. I was just in NY with a friend for a weekend of theater and found one of your books at the Strand Bookstore. I’m still catching up with everything you have done and it has been a great journey.

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  4. Danny, I’ve enjoyed your blog for years and taken several Sketchbook Skool courses.  I like to read your blog but the ” Shut your monkey podcast ” takes over the screen each time these days and I can’t read your blog.  How do I remove it?

    Your long time follower, Suzanne George

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