Isn’t it the summer time when you’re supposed to chill by the pool, read a good book, or have a good old-fashioned cookout with family and friends? When school’s out and all your worries just melt away in the sun? Can someone show me the sun??
I KNOW you remember this from my blog last year: And I know you remember you were pretty upset that you missed this kind of humor in action. Well not this year! Because you are cordially invited to the 8th Annual OSU Divalicious Drag Show!
You know what I’m talking about. Those moments you have walking across the Oval or by the Stadium, and you just think to yourself … “I’m at THE Ohio State University. I go here.”
Did you know that those aren’t the actual words said when they roll to shoot a film? I know this because … I WAS ON MY FIRST FILM SET THIS PAST WEEKEND. And it sounded a little differently than we’ve all been told.
And I am not talking about Texas Roadhouse, though I enjoy that job on a different level. I’m talking about using cameras, interviews, and the fast-paced world of television to capture and tell real stories.
We’re back again with another review of the movies of the fall. My last update was this past summer, and like last summer I will repeat, if you have not seen the movies I have pictured, I suggest reading this blog at another time.
is not that of a C.E.O. or even President of the United States … but that of an Aunt or Uncle.
I feel as if a blog post is not sufficient enough to explain what has been happening with me in the past few months. Pictures worth a thousand words may not even help. But I feel like I have a whole new life, like I am a whole new person, and I cannot wait to [...]
As an aspiring filmmaker and screenwriter, I need to get out and get some on-hands experience with film technology. And recently, I’ve got to do just that at Clifton Mill in Clifton, OH on my first on-location shoot!
With the end of the semester nearing, I can’t tell if I’m utterly exhausted from school or if I’m going to suffocate from all of the school work left to do. It also explains my M.I.A. status from you guys, and I apologize.
How’s THAT for alliteration?
Prof taking attendance: “Alexander Baldwin?” Student: “I go by Alec.”
This may be the deepest blog I ever write.
You know how you feel when you’re on a subway or a tunnel underneath a mountain? You’re underground and it’s dark and you just want to get to the end because somehow the sun and daylight makes you feel safe again?
I have a bad case of it. Sort of. There are so many things, yet not very many things, to discuss. Confused? Read on.
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