Hi everyone, I am beyond thrilled to let you know that all of your support is shining through as this dream is becoming a reality. Thank you so much for giving Viktoria a chance, for giving me a chance - all of us a chance to come together from all over the world and create something extraordinary. As you can see from the photos, we wasted no time after the fundraiser! We have completed our photo shoot, gone through rehearsals, and filmed our interviews for the press release.
To my inner little girl who wasn't afraid to dream: You had it right all along. _________________________________________________________________________ Here I am, asked to partake in a script which resonates a powerful voice - addressing the issues women go through that are often left unsaid. A part of me does not feel worthy of this piece, it's that good. Not worthy...Was this feeling taught to me at an early age? Or is it just me? Or am I feeling this way because...I am
August 14, 2016, I published the blog The Girl in the Painting: The You Never Know Moments Conclusion. Although I couldn't go into specifics of what this 72 hour film project entailed, I will be the first to say that it was, by far, the most risk taking, nail biting, balls to the wall experience of all the 72 hour film challenges I have endured. We had only 3 hours to shoot a sun rise shot, 6 hours to set up a bar scene, on location, and stage a massive bar fight. The first n
Fundraising, film development, production managing 2 independent films, research for the next big project, while taking on SEO and HTML training courses...Yes, this is life at the moment: Neglectful, unintentionally Life happened rapidly So sorry guys I let you all down But I'm taken at full force Can't plant my feet on the ground The new entry is coming Good quality, I swear Have a good night and a good week I promise, I have more to share #life #journey #filmmaking #busy #h
I dedicate this blog to the artist and a dear friend, I affectionately call Bushnell...or Bushy (Thanks Sasha, for that one!). Having never taken a professional art class in her entire life, at the age of 18, she used her natural ability to capture a moment by taking a photo of me, on our high school stage while I was studying my lines, under a spotlight and transforming that moment into this painting of my destiny with her, in spirit, watching over me from Texas. To conclude