First off I’d like to say THANK YOU for all of your support! Our Kickstarter campaign is off to a great start! We would like to thank our first round of backers!







Jump! Theatre




These few pics (the little girls above and Lance below) are from our second Clean Socks Show.

Just in case you are just now joining us what is going on is that as a group we are asking for support to complete our project. This round of funding is for completing the filming and still photography, all of the work so far has been done on a donation basis but in order for us to continue on a professional level and complete the documentary project in a timely fashion, we are reaching out through Kickstarter. What we are doing with the Kickstarter funding is going to Mongolia to complete the filming of the movie as well as accomplish numerous amounts of specially designed photographs in  the Mongolian landscape with both American contortionists and Mongolian contortionists. We have an entire team assembled, a project continually being worked on, but also on pins and needles…

Basically it is my understanding that you go to Mongolia one time a year and that time of year is the end of June to the end of July- In order to complete the project and gather all of the footage, interviews, and photographs we must get to Mongolia in just a few months.

If you have a moment, please share this with your friends- if anything, they will find it enjoyable- but hopefully they will be inspired to share it with their friends as well- you never know who is next to the person looking at the screen….

Lot’s of people are sharing the link on FaceBook and Twitter which is great, Thank You! Please keep it up, any little bit helps- especially with the amount of stuff we all SEE online every day, it is quite easy to pass over something by accident. Another great thing to know is that right on the Kickstarter page there are both Facebook and Twitter SHARE links that you can use as many times as you like- I generally change the text a little bit myself. If you would like to share images instead of links, comment on this post and I will help you out!

How can you be involved?

:GEEK Stuff:
Easy: Click this link to check out our website Clean Socks
Minor Upgrade:Like” our facebook page, and follow @faernworks on twitter to get all the updates

Show The Love: Go through and click “like” on all of our facebook pics
Wait…: Share them too ;)

Below will really help us with our Kickstarter campaign

:Extra Geek Stuff:
ON FACEBOOK Use the words “Clean Socks” next to “Contortion” in reference to our project so that it falls on the greater contortion page on facebook.
Go to the Clean Socks Project facebook and youtube pages and TWEET the posts about our project, the pics, youtube videos- whatever catches your eye really.

:The Triple Geek:
1. Tweet about us using any or all of: #kickstarter #cleansocksproject #contortion #sanfrancisco #mongolia : and a link to our website, if possible
2.On tumblr? COMMENT on this post and I will provide an image to tumbl or FOLLOW ‘FaernSpan’ on there and you will easily be able to “reblog” from there.
3.ADD our posts to Stumble Upon

It was very important to me that anyone that wanted to be involved could do so. In order to support that idea, we made the possible donation as low as $1~> really, any little bit counts- thanks so much!

Just in case you didn’t know, you can find us on Facebook:  here is our page



About faern!

Faern is an Artist, yoga practitioner and Photographer in San Francisco. Besides making as much time for tea as possible, you can find Faern in a yoga class, at her current art show or wandering the city via public transportation. You can visit her in various places online: FaernWorks website, Twitter, Facebook, Faern in the Works Blog.

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