An Interesting Thing.

While we were filming, I noticed an interesting thing…

The film crew are experts at what they do, but none of them knew the first thing about being a private detective, skiptracing or surveillance.

That means every time I would teach a surveillance trick, they would all go, “Whoa. That’s pretty cool”!

After all the years I’ve been doing this, I guess it’s just kinda’ easy to forget how cool this really is to outsiders.

But this is great news for you because it tells me that in the editing process these guys are going to make sure not a single nugget of gold is cut-out or lost.

I’ll keep you up-to-date on how it’s going and let you know when the final project is ready for sale.

Until then, I’ll start posting some of the tricks right here on this blog so BOOKMARK this site and check back soon.

P.S. – Feel free to post a reply asking any question you’d like to see addressed in the new Investigator’s Ultimate Guide to Surveillance training set.

I might even be able to answer some of your questions right here!

First day of shooting complete.


I thought compiling all the tips, tricks and surveillance techniques for this private investigator training was rough, but today we finished the first day of shooting and wow!

At one point as we were coming out of an ally, two street people took it upon themselves to chase down a school bus and yell at the kids for throwing stuff out the windows.

Of course, in this neighborhood the kids yelled back like sailors!

I think the film crew was a little shaken, but they handled it like champs when the street people finished with the kids and came our way.

You know how it is.  Just project confidence and never let ’em see you sweat.  There was never any real danger (at least not at that point), but it was all new to the crew.

Check back soon.  I’ll try to post a taste of what we’re working on for you.

Talk with you soon.