Aug 26, 2007
Here's a sneak preview of a new series in the works.
Inspired by David Strick's "Our Hollywood" and my own lifetime of growing up in the heart of the entertainment capitol of the world, I thought I'd try and add to the legacy. When I began shooting there were a couple of laughs but have recently experienced a true sense of purpose.
Even more inspiring is an email I recieved from David Strick himself :
"Your photos are very funny and demented yet altogether quite affectionate, and they made me want to gain weight, get in touch with my inner nerd, and start attending Comic-Con. Keep it up –David"
This might be the second best thing anyone has ever said to me.
The first being, "Hanging out with you is like being Beavis and Butthead."
Aug 21, 2007
I awoke from one of the worst nightmares of my life last night. While attending a pool party with some unrecognizable friends, I was asked to go down to the basement to get a bottle of wine. When suddenly I was being chased by a troll version of "Malachai" from the film, Children of the Corn. He was dressed in a black leather jumpsuit with spikes covering his entire body.Suddenly he jetted towards me waving some crude weaponry and luckily I escaped through a cellar door. Appearing moments later on a rooftop above a pool party where I tried to defend peoples lives from this ramapant killer with a high tech crossbow.
In the morning I woke up completely frightened only to read it was actor Courtney Gains who portrayed Malachai in the film's birthday.
Clearly I'm suffering from MEDIA OVERLOAD.