The kind folks at Taproot Films asked if I would help them out with a project. Of course I said yes. Here is the result. They did a fabulous job. Enjoy! Note: No, my name isn’t Jenn. No, I’m not waiting on a baby. It’s acting, yo. 🙂
Next month I’m participating in the Script Frenzy challenge to write 100 pages of original scripted material in the 30 days of April. I might be crazy. The list of reasons to not participate is long, but I’ve had script ideas floating around in my head for years. It’s time to get at least one script on paper–even if it is never read by another person. I find myself in uncharted territory
While cleaning out my grandmother’s attic, my family and I found this old soil improvement kit. My father chastised me profusely for not throwing it away, but I liked the packaging design. It’s a simple package design that’s simultaneously humble and proud. Creepy yet happy. Enjoy!
My first film, Abandoned Allies, has just wrapped post-production. The next steps involved in distributing the film will require my attention, of course, but finishing this part of the project has left me with quite a vacancy. I need a new creative outlet immediately. This space will therefore be a means to share my newest creative efforts, whatever they may be down the road. An artist, I believe, is continually