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Kristen Kidd & David Weir - Photography with Lux Summit Studio - Capturing Authenticity

Just Wanted to Ask

Here are the things to expect in the episode:How do you set yourself apart from other photographers?How can you capture a great photograph?Why is a modern headshot important for personal branding?How can you express your emotions through photography?And much more! About Kristen & David:David and Kristen work cohesively together, seamlessly melding their strengths to provide the best for each of the families, individuals, and businesses that walk through their studio doors. David holds an appreciation for structure, is calculated in every action, and takes pride in mastering the details. These assets prove invaluable in branding and studio stylized photography. Kristen is a visionary who thrives in chaos and embraces spontaneity. This makes her well equipped for family and pet photography. Together they manage collaborations and projects that require the gamut of their skills. In their work, they are happiest when discovering what matters most to their clients and creating beautiful art that celebrates those values and passions. In their personal life, they find joy in the outdoors, travel, and being dogs Mom and Dad to two rescue dogs. Hudson and Hermanito prove to be lackluster coworkers but shine as David and Kristen’s greatest source of continual laughter and love. Connect with Kristen Kidd & David Weir!Website: https://luxsummitstudio.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LuxSummitStudioFacebook Groups: https://www.facebook.com/groups/263783895572294 | https://www.facebook.com/groups/166933200573491Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lux_summit_studio/ |  https://www.instagram.com/boudoir_by_lux_summit_studio/ Connect with  Anne Zuckerman!Websites: https://justwantedtoask.com/Bezi Woman:  https://beziwoman.com/  |  https://www.beziwoman.shop/two-step-order1591558404525Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bezibradiscsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/beziwoman/

31mins

20 Jun 2022

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BITESIZE | David Weir: Team America

The Big Interview with Graham Hunter

Today’s story comes from David Weir, former centre-back and captain of Scotland, Everton and Rangers, who’s going to tell you about his formative years playing college football in the United States – as a centre forward. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

7mins

8 Apr 2022

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Barack Obama and the Miracle of David Weir

Old Firm Facts

What does America's 44th President have in common with former Hearts, Rangers and Scotland defender David Weir? More than you'd think, if a memorable article from one of Adam's guests is anything to go by.  Neil Cameron has spent 30 years in Scottish sports journalism, and he discusses the lighter side to Jim McLean that he discovered when ghostwriting the Dundee United icon's newspaper column, his belief that Dick Campbell is the best manager in Scotland, the angry man who fixed Hugh Keevins' washing machine, writing about the anniversary of Screamadelica, being the subject of a complaint to UEFA and his Obama/Weir crossover. Author, columnist and documentary presenter Chris McQueer returns to the show in order to set the record straight on those 'anti-English' allegations, unearth some bizarre Celtic mottos, give his verdict on Angeball, recall watching Jim Leishman flirt, explain how he took himself out of his comfort zone as a writer, tell Adam what to expect from his new BBC documentary on Scotland's attitude to England and confirm that, despite what a newspaper front page might have suggested, he's still very much alive. Adam debunks a myth involving Chris Sutton and Neil Lennon, puts questions from Twitter to his guests and counts down a hate-filled, McQueer-themed top 5 featuring a Tory MP and a panda who just loves Fridays. Beer52 x Old Firm Facts: https://www.beer52.com/oldfirmfacts For more information about Old Firm Facts, go to: www.thebiglight.com/oldfirmfacts

1hr 19mins

21 Sep 2021

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Paralympics re-run - another chance to hear David Weir

Track & Ball with Ellen White and Richard Whitehead

Here's another chance to listen to Richard and Ellen's chat with Paralympic legend David Weir recorded in May 2021

40mins

21 Aug 2021

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David Weir CBE - the mental health challenges from childhood of a 6 x Paralympic gold medal winner

Track & Ball with Ellen White and Richard Whitehead

David Weir is one of the Paralympic greats. He won six gold medals at the 2008 and 2012 games as well as an 8 times winner of the London Marathon. His ten Paralympic medals have come at a range of distances in his racing chair...from 200m to marathon.He talks about his career and some of the tough mental battles he's had and his suicidal thoughts. He's outspoken on the way he feels he was treated by the sports rulers at the last Paralympics.Through counselling he discovered he'd been depressed all of his life. He recalls crying as a young boy on a council estate because he wanted to be 'normal' and play football and ride a bike. He never addressed the issues until 2016 and he's now thankful he spoke out and believes he's in the best mental state he's ever been in.David retired after Rio in 2016 but he's back and hungry for action in Tokyo this summer.The "WeirWolf" has also developed a new way of coaching and set up the Weir Archer Academy to pass on knowledge, experience and enjoyment of sport to the next generation of disabled people.Thanks for listening. Track and Ball is presented by England footballer Ellen White and Paralympic sprinter Richard WhiteheadFollow us @trackandballpod@ellsbells89@marathonchampAnd you can see the video version of this and previous podcasts at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK9j_WfzRU4PdMtd5otWJjQ

40mins

13 May 2021

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EP4 - David Weir on Joy

Running on Emotion

David is one of Britain’s most decorated Paralympic athletes, becoming a household name in the glorious sporting summer of 2012. He was born with a spinal cord transection, meaning he has no movement in the lower half of his body. His early years were enormously challenging, but through a combination of God-given talent, and an unbending will, he rose through the sporting ranks to experience the joy of an extraordinary eight London Marathon victories, as a wheelchair racer, and no fewer than six Paralympic Gold medals, to go with his two silvers and two bronze. Four of those Gold medals came in a sensational ten days during the London Games, a period which led to untold joy on the track, and a deep satisfaction off it, at the changing perception of Paralympic athletes both in this country and across the globe..........................................Running on Emotion hosted by Alastair Eykyn is an original podcast by Eykyn Media for Auddy #runningonemotionSpecial thanks all of our guests on the show.Host, Alastair EykynSeries Producer, Andrew SampsonSound Editor, Norman GoodmanAlbum Art, Nicole StewartTheme Music by Audio Networks

49mins

19 Apr 2021

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52: David Weir - Part Two (Smith & McLeish tenures and return to squad under Levein)

The Hampden Roar

David Weir recalls the appointments and tenures of Walter Smith and Alex McLeish and looks back at the Euro 2008 qualifying campaign as well as making a return to the squad under Craig Levein for the Euro 2012 qualifiers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

55mins

22 Feb 2021

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51: David Weir - Part One (World Cup, Craig Brown & Berti Vogts)

The Hampden Roar

Seventh on the all-time cap list with 69, David Weir talks to the Roar about the first half of his Scotland career, including World Cup 98 and the tenure of Berti Vogts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

51mins

13 Feb 2021

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David Weir: An Incredible Journey

MyAlbion Audio

David Weir discusses his extraordinary journey from a college scholarship in the USA to being the oldest player to represent Scotland. In a career spanning two decades, Weir’s decisions saw him move to the other side of the Atlantic aged just 17, then create a new home on Merseyside during an eight-year spell at Everton, before a move to Rangers at the tender age of 36 provided him with a record-filled six years at Ibrox. After hanging up his boots Weir moved into management and coaching, where his experiences have fed into his current role at Brighton & Hove Albion.

51mins

28 Oct 2020

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Joel David Weir Returns

Moonshine and Music

Moonshine and Music is a weekly web series and podcast produced by Notlehs Entertainment Hosted by Joe Shelton Our Host can be found at: http://mrjoeshelton.com Today's guest is Joel David Weir Check him out at: https://www.facebook.com/joeldavidweir Produced by: Notlehs Entertainment http://notlehs.net Producer: Joe Shelton Visit: http://www.moonshineandmusic.com for upcoming show info and events. facebook: http://facebook.com/moonshineandmusic twitter: http://twitter.com/moonshine3music instagram: http://instagram.com/moonshine_and_music

30mins

23 Aug 2020

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