Tuesday, March 23, 2010

What ever happened to ... cub drummer Lisa G?

After laying down the beats for some rock and roll history, Lisa G has gone on to an award-winning career in film. She touched a lot of lives with music, but she's touched many more through another art form.

She's been working with the NFB, interacting with young people and telling some fabulous stories. A bio on one site explains:
Lisa G Nielsen is a filmmaker and storyteller who belives everyone has a story to tell. Her short films and animations have screened around the world (and even won a few awards!)

Lisa has worked with the National Film Board as a Technical Director/Mentor Editor for digital storytelling initiatives with kids, seniors, street youth, poet and remote first nation communities.

Lisa is currently working on a trilogy of films about Riverview, a mental institution in Coquitlam, British Columbia.
Way to go! Kudos to Lisa G for breaking through every single stereotype about drummers. Congratulations and all the best for the future.

(Attribution for large photo: Citizen Shift at http://citizenshift.org/camera-workshop : Caption: It is always fun to bring out the toys! Tech Director Lisa shows Briony and Tabia how to use the zoom. This is part of the Playing it Safe workshop about Harm Reduction.)


  1. here is the link to the first of the trilogy:

  2. Thanks for the info. I've often wondered what happened to her. :) (Good)


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