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I’ve never considered myself an entrepreneur despite majoring in business. My reason for wanting to head a personal business isn’t even money, but self-fulfillment.
I’ve been having an exciting this summer preparing for my role in Evolution Theatre Company’s modern day production of Oscar Wilde’s A Woman of No Importance. We have been working since mid-april and it opens tomorrow (!). Columbus has a vibrant theatre scene and I’m excited to perform with all of these talented actors.
I was finished with finals nearly 2 weeks ago, yet many of my friends have yet to arrive home. Consequently, I have had more free time in the past two weeks than I think I have ever had in my life.
For the first time in my life, I can say I’m happy to be taking summer school. High school me would faint if I said those words. I’m only taking two classes, but with how my life is going right now I feel like I can take on the world.
In a previous post, I mentioned the numerous applications I filed for summer employment. Turns out, half have come through and I now find myself spending the majority of my days back on campus.
Whoa it’s been a while. Blogging is back in my life once again. Sophomore year was insane. Everything from work, to school, to changing majors, to my faith life, I’m happy to say that my sophomore year has been the best, out of my first two at least. I’m not going to trouble you with [...]
After only a year at The Ohio State University, I am proud to say that I am no longer the student I was in high school. Though some things have dropped, I am confident that the path I am on now will prove to be most rewarding for me in the future.
Perhaps it’s because I am now a student in college, but summer vacations no longer equate to long hours lounging in the sun and doing nothing. In fact, as summer approaches I am feeling more and more desperate to fill my time with productivity.
Its been a crazy past three weeks. My team of eight Logos Theatre personnel went out with our performance The Basket of Flowers to three different schools in three different states, spending a week at each teaching a seminar.
I have been absent from blogging for a lot longer than I am okay with. I know people don’t usually like it when people complain about how busy they are, so I’m going to make it sound as awesome as possible.
Yes, Flip’s Father is a wrap! We finished all the filming for our short video in three nights of shooting – a pretty amazing accomplishment in the film industry. We ended our final scene at 0117 Friday morning (that’s 1:17 am for those who were confused). We have hours and hours of editing to do [...]
Hey everyone! Last night we had our longest shoot so far, for Flip’s Father. We were in costume and makeup by 4pm, onsite by 6pm, and didn’t leave until about 1am. We made a lot of progress and got some amazing shoots! In addition to the cast and crew of 35+ members, we were joined [...]
Over the course of the last year I have had the pleasure of being interviewed more than 15 times. Most were for college admissions, some for scholarships and others for work. Regardless of the context, however, there seem to be recurring trends in the types and structure of questions asked.
Okay, maybe not precisely . . . I guess I’m more of a walk-on. But nevertheless, I’m in a movie!
Hey Ya’ll! So here in Taylors, SC, Venture Films (the film company attached to the Logos Theatre, where I’m interning) is preparing to shoot a short video called Flip’s Father next week! To prepare for that, us dozen interns have been assigned midterm evaluations after a kind. Meaning, we have to research and submit something [...]
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