Yesterday, Sean and I were featured on the Vancouver lifestyle program ‘The Express‘, sharing the evolution of the original journey up until the ‘Discover Your Passion Tour‘ The piece was shot at the Capilano College event last week. Enjoy!
Good Morning! So, the photographer I shadowed for Week 1, wrote a photography blog about the time I spent with her! The photos she took of myself and her other assistant Zak are absolutely hilarious! Read all about it here: http://www.henrietahaniskova.com/piece-of-work …and the award for 'Awkward Photo of the Year' goes to….
Today, Sean’s latest interview was published in The Globe And Mail: 52 Jobs In 52 Weeks. And just like during the project, Sean’s story tends to provoke a divided opinion. The comments on the interview range from positive: “I think that what Sean did is very brave. How many of us are stuck in jobs Read More ››
A familiar face popped up in the latest issue of BC Bookworld. The caption reads: “When Sean Aiken of Port Moody decided to take a myriad of jobs to figure out his career path, he kept a blog, along with video clips, resulting in publicity throughout North America. After stints as a veterinarian’s assistant, a Read More ››
It was a lazy Saturday afternoon with friends. Our second annual Lord of the Rings Marathon was underway. As Frodo and Sam continued their epic journey through Middle Earth, Ian’s cell phone rang. He jumped up and then left the room to take the call. A moment later he returned and daringly pressed pause on Read More ››
In this great segment from Eric Chester, they discuss the One Week Job project, how to find your passion, and few other surprises. Enjoy!
If you’re from London, Ontario, you may have caught my interview with Jeff Kelly on FreshFM. We discuss how you can become a producer for the doc, and the project as a whole. Check it out in 3 parts below. Part I [audio:ian_july_21.mp3] Part II [audio:ian_pt_2_july_21.mp3] Part III [audio:ian_pt_3_july_21.mp3] What do you think of the Read More ››
Photo: Sean the cut-out doll American Way magazine published an excellent article on the One Week Job project. Here’s a taste: “This story is one Confucius could have written. A story whose end might be found in its beginning and whose beginning might lie at its end. One in which the search became the grail; Read More ››
I was finally able to collect Sean’s media interviews from the last week of the project, so here they are! Both Urban Rush and Breakfast TV profiled the project at the beginning – so it’s neat to see what a difference 1 year (and 52 jobs) makes. Enjoy! And for our wonderful French speaking readers/viewers, Read More ››
Here’s the entire Rachael Ray clip which aired March 6, 2008. It was a lot of fun!