I went to the grocery store today and I was just kinda feelin it, you know? I was walking down the isle, rocking my pre-beard scruff, feeling manly. I'm growing a beard, hence the scruff. It was in my walk too, I had swagger, almost like I was in slow motion or like I should've been forced to wear my sunglasses inside. Yeah, I was that guy. I was that guy and I felt good about it. I had my motorcycle jacket on. It was black, but not just a leather jacket, one of those with th
Found this on something, somewhere on the interweb and really dug it. Super simple, great use of lighting, slow motion and VO! I wish more filmmakers spent as much time with the attention to detail that Vania Heymann did. Vania, call me!!
When I first wanted to be an actor, I had zero clue as to what the hell I was doing or what that even meant. I'd seen people do it on TV and it looked like fun, so what the hell. I'd just go and be a movie star and be famous. It was just that easy in my head. At the end of the day, all I gave a shit about was being famous. Who doesn't want to be famous, right? Get free shit, and people like you for no good reason and you don't have to wait in line for anything. Yeah, that's a
So, here it is, my very first blog post. Not my first attempt, but my first published post. That is, if this one makes it past another few minutes. Fingers crossed. Since you're on my website, you've hopefully gotten the idea that I'm an actor. One of the tough parts of being an actor, is that I have to be nice a lot. Not that I'm an asshole, but that a lot of my Facebook and Twitter posts are or can be a bit watered down as the need to be likable, bankable and all in all emp