It takes me a long time to write these Trailer Blogs, but what the hell, I’m doing them for my own personal health.
I’ve been back “home” for two weeks now. Officially.
I recently finished what may or may not have been a pretty epic trip across the country, starting in New York and ending in Olympia, Washington.
On the way I acted in and starred in and wrote as we went along a film with a group of friends. Some were along for the whole ride, but the other friends were found in the places we stopped.
It’s called Fresh Starts for Stale People and I’ve already posted the trailers.
I’m in New York City again. Sitting at my desk at work. First “real” job I’ve had in a while and it will be over on Friday. I like it. So far it’s been easy, but I’m having to get up early and my eating schedule (and shitting schedule) is getting re-regulated and a lot of it involves just sitting here, looking busy.
But what I really like about the job is that I’m in a big building again. I like working in large buildings, where lots of other people work, especially if they’re all working on a similar goal, project, or theme(?). The current job has me in an art department for soon to be ending TV show at a Studio in Brooklyn. In some ways it reminds me of when I used to work at the ETS warehouse a couple summers back and in other ways it reminds me of working at the Study Center at NYU.
I just like working in a place where there plenty of people that I don’t know. That I may never know. People who pass me by, or who I pass by when I’m delivering something somewhere. It’s like a spaceship. It reminds me of Star Trek or Battlestar Galactica or Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
But a lot of its just sitting around, so I’m finding myself reading a lot of news and creating a couple of facebook albums.
Probably uploading way too many photos. Obsessed with the image.
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But I’m done this job on Friday.
So I’m looking for work, here, there and everywhere.
I’ll probably have another trailer blog up soon. I have no money and writing blogs will keep me inside.