Thanks, thanks, thanks a zillion times for your loving and kind words of welcome to my job! The fact that I fail to thank you one by one is due to a complete impossibility to express my joy at each of the countless messages I receive; but, as I have told you before – and here I affirm again – I do read absolutely all of them and I feel highly rewarded.
This time, I come to tell you that in February 2007, when I was still what is known as "of little practice", I dared to do the formatting of one of the most famous landmarks of Paris – its Opera. Also counted against my condition of apprentice, the severe limitation of bytes imposed by e-mail providers at that time, besides – and lucky me, once I probably could not make use of other tools than those available at the beginning – the limited resources offered by the then PowerPoint.
Today, with new software techniques and with the experience gained over the years developing this kind of work, it is with great pleasure that I felt compelled to elaborate a new audiovisual work, less humiliating before the greatness of the masterpiece by Garnier, the one in Paris – the other one was built in Monaco.
Very happy with the result – thanks to Office 2010 and, speciallly, to the wonderful photographers who display their art through the internet – I share with you the beauty that can be provided by the virtual, compensating what, at the moment, is out of reach in reality.
PS.: I do recommend you to increase the volume on your computer