November 19, 2011
Many of these professionals are not for envy, others just want to be proud of. But think about what would your life be like if their work has not been done?
Giovanni Felizzola from Italy. Manufacture of neon signs deals since 1967. He has his own shop in Baltimore, where he manages since 1985. He himself says that when working with glass should be extremely careful – the slightest inaccuracy and everything will be spoiled. Glassblower work has not changed much since ancient times. Master the power of his lungs and under the influence of fire and gently pulls the yoke of the glass.
Dusty Barrett – rodeo clown from his childhood. At age two he had already spoken with his grandfather. The only drawback of their work considers the continued traveling on tour, because of what can not see for a long time with his family. The most important of his speeches to the children’s laughter.
William Coffman is engaged in an unusual thing for 16 years. He works in the exhibition diver National Aquarium in Baltimore who is in Maryland, USA. This is the only way to clean acrylic panel and do it all you have to manually. When he starts to rub the glass thickness of 7 cm kids always happily respond with genuine interest in watching him, and William like to look at their faces.
Jason Stull is working in Baltimore calls into numbers in a lottery in the entertainment center “Bingo World” and sympathetic to all the people who work with him. “They can be called crazy, of course, a good sense of the word – says Stall. – Sometimes difficult, because at the end of the day all the balls already seem to like each other. But you can not get distracted, so you have to focus. ” Sometimes Jason is forced to work until three o’clock in the morning. It is not uncommon that players are accused of losing his failure who just called balls. “In such cases need to be thick-skinned, because they’re just upset because of the destruction.” But before he thought Diamond vocation of his life.
For almost 20 years, Mary Galloway works superintendent of elephants in the National Zoo Washington, DC. “I seem to know them personally. They are an important part of my life, as well as I – some of them. This is a rare opportunity to talk with elephants so close. ” Especially Mary came closer to the 58-year-old elephant Ambika, who came from Asia.
American Mark Uolner first saw the show «Punch & Judy» when he was still quite small, but it remembers it for life. He currently performs with his single show puppets, during which Mark says ten votes. Walker shows his performances throughout the Baltimore, Maryland, and the main joy of his work finds an opportunity to hear children’s laughter.
In indigenous south-eastern United States in folklore have survived the mention of Kokopelli – a mythical deity, which plays the flute. Navajo Indian named Belial Chi works in Antelope Canyon near the town of Page (Arizona). It performs the functions of a guide and is on a wooden flute for tourists. Velie enjoy telling people about the history of his tribe and the area around the canyon, sandy slopes were formed thousands of years when exposed to water and wind.
Brian MakGaren since 1999 working artist’s model for a variety of artists – both professionals and beginners. Although this work and makes MakGarena keep myself in shape, it is really like. “I hate boring, routine work strictly by the hour, and in this paper, I myself can set your schedule. The only negative – are classes in which there is no heating, “- says Brian.
Sean Callahan of Washington is engaged in stone carving at the National Cathedral. “To create a sculpture of limestone, I use a small file. “The work of the engraver gives me an incomparable pleasure, it should be a lot of thinking. Sometimes at night I feel very tired – says Sean .- But I always want to return to work and do more. “
And at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History for 11 years running Sam Yatri has a very important job – he uses a special brush removes dust from the exhibits. Some of them, such as Allosaurus skeleton, several thousand years. Sam was born in West Africa, to be allowed to work in the museum, he took a special six-week training.