Friday, November 19, 2010

The New Documentary

The Elephant Man, filmmaker! Only I'm not, so it has taken me longer than I thought to put my new documentary together. But I will never give up. I went back to editing in September, with a professional and enthusiastic company working with me. All is coming together better than expected and hopefully will be out by late December

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

My trip to Austria

It has fired the magic within me, and that is what we are looking for. I just got back from Salzburg, Austria. The purpose of this trip was to give inspiring speeches and appear at the opening of an art gallery. My first stop was in the church of an Austrian Prison (what a tough crowd). Me, Chris Gallucci standing in a church, in a prison. It was too much like a dream and not a very good one.

Thank God, there was more – next I went to a school for young, aspiring artists. In that speech I knew I had really reached the children. The children loved it and I loved telling my story to them. I felt it was good. They responded with excitement. One little girl especially – she came up to me and said, “I will never forget you or your story. You must be a great man!”

Then that night I went to the opening of the new art gallery in Salzburg which featured photos of Timbo and me. Another little girl, dressed up like she was going to the Oscars fought her way through the crowd, grabbed my hand and placed a note in it. She said her mother drove her here to the event to meet me. This little girl said she was having trouble dealing with a problem. She had lost someone very near and dear to her and after listening to my story, she said she knew now that she could deal with any problem that might come her way. Why? Because the magic is inside. She said thank you and walked away.

PS: It’s the Chris and Timbo thing – we are still going and it feels great. Moments like this make me proud to be “The Elephant Man”.

Sunday, January 3, 2010


When Timbo and Kura were alive they opened so many doors for me, brought so many interesting people into my life; people I probably would not have met if I wasn't "the guy with the elephants" (but I was). And now that they are gone, the doors are still opening. Interesting people are still coming, but now they come seeking knowledge. I guess when you spend thirty years with two elephants, you learn a few things.

I love sharing the things my elephants taught me.