Saturday, July 24, 2010

This week's Intervention on A&E:
When Amber was molested as a young child, she bottled up her emotions.
She began binge eating, & became bulimic. Watch her episode Monday
at 9/8c on A&E Television Network.

This is the first episode where my name will appear in the credits. Look for "Loggers" then my name.

A lot of potentially exciting things in the pipeline but I won't be worrying about any of them until after my one year wedding anniversary with Ash on Catalina Island.

Friday, July 9, 2010

July, July, Julyyyyyy

We had a great visit in Maryland. We saw my family, Ash's family, and a lot of friends. There's never enough time to catch up with everyone.

There are pictures on Ash's facebook.

We missed Summer a lot though, it was our first trip without her.

Real quickly, Toy Story 3 is incredible.

The short before it is spellbinding.

Writing wise, I finished a second draft of the outline for the Baseball movie. It's the longest outline I've ever written, it should help out a lot with writing the script. It will cut down the number of drafts of the actual script I will have to do initially because Phil and I will both know and agree on the story ahead of time. I should be meeting with Phil again this week. I sent him the outline today through the mail, he doesn't use computers.

I also am talking to a Producer's Assistant, a friend of mine from LAFSC, who wants to make my Happenstances script her one of her first producing ventures. She's taking it to different producers seeing what she can do since it can be filmed on a small budget.

Speaking of small budgets, the script I wrote before I went to Maryland is going into production tomorrow. I hope to visit the set at some point. I'm sure I'll have much to report.

I found out that the Black Christian Movies script about marriage that I wrote earlier this year will be released on DVD in September. Cool.

My job at "Intervention" is still going well. I'm working two 9 day in a row stretches from last Wednesday until the 26th to make up for my two July vacations. On July 26th Ashlea and I will have been married for one year.

I'm working hard, spending time with my little family of Ash and Sums, reading, writing, exercising, occasionally seeing a movie. Things are going well.