Amy Quarry runs AdBoom Studio in Quesnel, Canada, a town of 10,000 people an eight-hour drive from Vancouver in northern British Columbia. And she has a vision for community. Amy’s vision involves online and offline interactions. Authenticity. Relationships. Showing up and being yourself. Making connections that bring people together.
But really, I’m curious about a how she planned an event called the “UnReal Wedding,” a dinner theatre-style mock marriage ceremony with wedding vendor sponsors as guests. And how that takes a whole lot of vision, confidence, and rallying of the team — transferable skills that we each need a little bit of to accomplish our goals.
Amy and I met as attendees at Spark Retreat in 2012, before I joined the planning group.
Meaningful interaction: what does it mean to you?
How do you make time to connect with people who live physically in your world?