Please, allow me to explain. As it turns out, I was so damn busy all of last semester (and actually just ever since I switched my major to Producing from Cinematography) that I literally had zero time to update anything or anyone (including my family, as they will readily attest) about the various projects and productions I was working on. I spent the majority of the time tied up with a $3k short film called “Family Dinner Date” (HERE‘s the Facebook page, for you to go and ‘Like’) that absolutely put everything I’ve ever learned and wanted to do to the test. In fact, the picture was so ridiculous that it actually inspired me to change the way I use my blog.
While you will hear plenty of stories from that production, I want to use this post to tell you that from now on, with the exception of the occasional shameless self promotion, I will be using this blog to share tales that many wouldn’t even believe, in a series I’m going to be calling “Tales from the Front Lines of Producing, or How to be a Fireman” (more on that later).
I’m also going to be using the posts and stories I share to communicate a valuable lesson, or at least something mighty interesting I took away from it. Either way, just read and subscribe to my damn blog. The first of such entries will be up soon.