I think everyone has a teenage soap opera that they grow up on. The cross-section of good looking people, hormones, and drama that we can identify with is too much for anyone to withstand. For me, it was ‘The O.C.’ and to a certain extent, ‘Gossip Girl’. In addition to the three aforementioned elements, there … Continue reading Chasing Cars.
It’s always a bit weird going to work nowadays. I never know where I’m going to end up when I step through the threshold. About 70% of the time I end up at some iconic New York location, the other 30% of the time I’m in a set dressed to be in Paris, Tokyo, or … Continue reading Lost in Japan.
I’ve talked before about working in Film and TV. It’s a weird environment, and something that takes some getting useful. So I was shooting the other day, and the scene calls for ‘the most beautiful woman in the bar’, and since it was a CBS procedural, she inevitably ends up dead a few scenes later. … Continue reading Kind of Beautiful. (And Other Notes from Wardrobe)
2017 sucked. That’s the succinct version of it. Let me be clear, being 30 is actually fantastic. I feel like I actually know who I am, what I want, and where I want to go with my life. The actual year was just a cacophony of complete and total ass. A combination of personal shitstorms … Continue reading Thirty One.
“How ya doin’ kiddo?” I’m thirty, and Coop is the only person I’ve ever let address me with a nickname. She first met me when I was 10 years old, and for four years she was my gifted and talented teacher. That means for four years she had me, and had to deal with the … Continue reading Hangin’ With Dr. Cooper.
When you walk through New York, especially once you get past the tourist traps, you occasionally see these pieces of paper taped and posted on to lamp posts saying that this street will be closed for a certain amount of time on a given day. 10% of the time it’s for a parade, the other … Continue reading Back to Your Ones.
I will fully admit that I’m a frequent abuser of the ‘shuffle’ feature. It’s just one of those things I started with as a teenager, and it was great. I could skip from single to single, listening to my favorite tracks with no pause between. No cohesion, just wanting to live through the music. And … Continue reading On Shuffle.