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‘Looking Back’,  Oil on canvas,  90x90cm,  2012

Hi…sorry haven’t posted for a while..soooo busy.

Well here’s my latest painting in the religion inspired series from the Pantheon, Rome.it explores my response to sharing a religious space with groups of random moving people Searching for something. Looking back on life's decisions and experiences and focusing on moving forward to the future.

www.lesleyoldakerfineart.com

David Oldaker Employment Information

David Oldaker Employment Information

David Oldaker is the Managing Director of Citywide Investigations and is a highly experienced surveillance operative, also in undercover operations, “STING” operations and high risk surveillance where arrests may be required and have been required in the past.  David is also fully licensed to train & assess across the security & investigations industry amongst others.

Holds Nationally recognised qualifications in:

  • Security (Crowd Control)
  • Security (Guarding)
  • Security Operations
  • Security & Risk Management
  • Investigations
  • Government (Investigations)
  • Government (Fraud Control)
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Training and Assessment
  • Workplace Level 2 first-aid
  • Advanced Diploma in Business
  • Advanced Diploma in Management
Licensed:
  • Victoria MR Heavy Vehicle License
  • Victorian Motorcycle License
  • Victorian Investigators License
  • Victorian Security License
  • Victorian Crowd Control License
  • Victorian Work Safe forklift License
  • Victorian Private Security Trainer

Email David or call 1300 SPY NOW (1300 779 669) or finally on his mobile 0432 499 425

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Freddie King & Eric Clapton - Gambling Woman Blues (full length, 22 mins) 

Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, 1974. Freddie King-guitar & vocals, Eric Clapton & George Terry-guitar, Carl Radle-bass, Dick Sims-keyboards, Jamie Oldaker-drums.

Friday 8/22 Late

Finally back to the Hotel after a few months out of the city. Some highlights:

Paul Zivkovich was the Porter, something I haven’t seen in quite some time. I didn’t end up spending too much time with him, however.

I was hoping to catch the new Speakeasy. Although he wasn’t on that night, Mallory Gracenin, the most wonderful person ever to grace (see what I did there?) the spacetime continuum, was Agnes, so that was time well spent.

Onalea Gilbertson as Hecate: her scream cackle to start the rave was sustained and high pitched, similar to that of Elizabeth’s. She has adapted to the role remarkably quickly, especially as it’s her first role inside as opposed to Manderley. She rewarded me with her cabaret and then Ships.

Maximilian and Kit in the bar.

Ending the show with Emily Oldak’s Sexy Witch. Having seen many of the “staple” Sexy Witches (Lily, Emeri, Marla), I can say safely say that Emily has put herself among them. Whenever I see her, she’s always having fun and never seems tired or worn out. Concluded with a walkout to Manderley.

8/29 Late Show:

Macbeth: Joe Poulson
Lady Macbeth: Vãnia Doutel Vaz
Macduff: Marc Cardarelli
Lady Macduff: Taylor Drury
Malcolm: Adam Griffith
Banquo: Maleek Washington
Duncan: Phil Atkins
Hecate: Onalea Gilberson
Porter: Nick Dillenburg
Boy Witch: David Botana
Sexy Witch: Emily Oldak
Bald Witch: Stephanie Crousillat
Fulton: Joaquim De Santana
Taxidermist: Tyler Phillips
Agnes: Marissa Maislen
Danvers (Catherine Campbell): Sarah Stanley
Nurse: Evelyn Chen
Speakeasy: Miguel Anaya
Matron: Rebecca Robertson
Man In Bar: Paul Corning
Woman In Bar: Virginia Logan

Cast List 8/29 (Late)

Man in Bar: Paul Corning (John Lindsay)
Woman in Bar: Virginia Logan (Elizabeth Lindsay)

Woman in Bar: 
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Macbeth: Joe Poulson
Lady Macbeth: Vãnia Doutel Vaz
Macduff: Marc Cardarelli


Lady Macduff: Taylor Drury
Malcolm: Adam Griffith

Duncan: Phil Atkins

Banquo: Mallek Washington
Hecate: Onalea Gilbertson
Bald Witch: Stephanie Crousillat

Sexy Witch: Emily Oldak

Boy Witch: David Botana
Porter: Nick Dillenburg
Danvers: Sarah Stanley
Matron: 
Rebecca Robertson
Nurse: Evelyn Chen
Speakeasy: Muigel Anaya
Fulton: Joaquim De Santana
Taxidermist/James: Tyler Phillips
Agnes: 
Marissa Maislen

There was a second Woman In Bar but we unfortunately didn’t catch her name

EDIT: WIB #2 was definitely Kelly Todd based on the new cast photos. We didn’t talk to her, so don’t know her bar name.

Join me this week for more classes in #NYC #NYCFlava
Tuesday 8/25 & Thursday 8/27 11:30 at @peridancecapeziocenter join me and my #SNM sister Emily Oldak as we play in creating a duet, and task to strengthen your partnering skills.

Friday 8/28 at @bdcnyc at 10:30 am as we work on further research on Natural Skeletal movement, and conceptual dramatization.

Come #BeFearless and #AlwaysInvestigate your strongest muscle (Your Brain) in my Class.

|📷P.C Christopher Duggan |
|Property of Jacobs Pillow| #FlowSpace #FlyingUnderTheRadar #FUTR #ContemporaryDance #MyLife #GrindTime #BeFearless #AlwaysInvestigating (at Broadway Dance Center)

The Courier » Fire destroys Dunkirk factory

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DUNKIRK — A Dunkirk factory was destroyed by fire Saturday morning, Dunkirk Fire Chief Ron Dysert said.
According to Dysert, crews were dispatched to the Oldaker Manufacturing, 301 N. Main St., at around 7:30 a.m. Saturday. Flames were showing through the roof on the west end of the building when crews arrived, Dysert said.
Within minutes of crews arriving, Dysert said the entire roof of the building was engulfed in flames.
Dysert said because of the weakened structure, crews chose to battle the blaze defensively and called for mutual aid.
“I didn’t want to send anyone in that building with the way that it was. It was a dangerous situation I needed to avoid,” Dysert said.

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The Courier » Fire destroys Dunkirk factory

DUNKIRK — A Dunkirk factory was destroyed by fire Saturday morning, Dunkirk Fire Chief Ron Dysert said. According to Dysert, crews were dispatched to the Oldaker Manufacturing, 301 N. Main St., at around 7:30 a.m. Saturday. Flames were showing through the roof on the west end of the building when crews arrived, Dysert said. Within minutes of crews arriving, Dysert said the entire roof of the…

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