The holidays are usually hard. You have grandparents asking if you’re in a relationship and various aunts and uncles trying to set you up with their butcher’s cousin’s kid. Sometimes those holidays are even harder after you lose a loved one. I remember my first holiday after I lost my mother. She has passed […]Read More How to Survive Your First Holiday Without A Loved One
Hey guys! Long time no see! I’m so sorry for my long break! You see, I took my son to school one day and he got lost so I had to go and find him. I ran into a crazy lady who tried to help but kept forgetting what we were doing. I soon found […]Read More If My Life Was A Movie, What Would The Soundtrack Be?
It has been 34 freaking years, but I’m finally back with a brand new post!! I’m sorry it’s been so dang long but school and life got in the way! However, I’m sure that’s not why you’re reading this post. You’re reading this because you want to learn some filmmaking life hacks! Well, good sir- […]Read More Filmmaking Life Hacks for the Filmmaking Newb
FEATURED ON THE FANGIRL FILM FESTIVAL WEBSITE!! Now, you must be thinking “how do I take my fandom and make it into a film?” Well, you’re in luck! Your fangirling filmmaking experts are here! Step 1: Pick your Fate- I mean Fandom: The first and probably the most important thing you need to do […]Read More How to make a bad a** fandom film
Q1. Which female filmmakers do you look up to and why? A. I look up to Kayla Briët, the mind behind Smoke That Travels because she started off in a way similar to how I did. Her films are unique and true to who she is, if that makes sense. Q2. How would you describe […]Read More The Female Filmmaker Tag
Four years ago, I was sitting in my English class my freshman year of high school when my teacher called me to the front of the classroom. She told me she had learned about a competition through our school district where you made a short film in under 18 hours following certain parameters. She thought […]Read More How My Filmmaking Career Began in 18 Hours
“Crayons come in all different shapes and sizes.”That is just the beginning of how beauty should be seen today. Crayons, much like humans, are different. They come in different sizes and different colors. Some are broken and some are okay. We have never been a more judgemential society than we are today. We treat people […]Read More Crayons: The NEW Definition of Beauty