After an awesome weekend away in beautiful Massachusetts, my girlfriend and I almost got trampled to death on Monday night, waiting for Ghostbusters to start in Bryant Park. You can see why it was so insane in the video from that night (above). We were at the back path of the green and a bunch of people walked right across our picnic blankets… in their shoes… without saying anything to us! It was a pretty awful scene of overcrowding. Luckily, at the end of it, we revived and got to see some of Ghostbusters!
Longtime subscribers may remember this blog was originally called The Wandering Humorist. I said I’d write about all my funny adventures around New York City.
The weird thing was, it just didn’t happen. I could write easily about photography, directing, my creative process, but somehow, my comedic mirth just didn’t come through. I was perplexed.
As I’ve been getting back into writing and directing comedy video, I was told to watch this. Writer/Actor/Director/Producer powerhouse Mark Duplass gives indie writer/directors business advice on how to make a career in filmmaking and television!
I recently became extremely interested in creating my own zine, after reading a zine making tutorial in Rookie Yearbook One. I scored the awesome zine above by artist Sarah Oleksyk at PS Bookstore in DUMBO on my birthday recently. If you come across any copies of Roadside out there, snatch them up, they’re awesome!
I tested my new used Nikon F3HP 35mm film camera and it blew me away!
My girlfriend’s cats kindly allowed me to photograph them so I could test the camera. Thank you Mochi and Banana!
Today’s my birthday, which usually requires a full day off, but I thought I’d write about my recent test shoot using my new used Polaroid Colorpack II!
This week has been so stressful I haven’t been able prepare a post for today. But good things are in the works!
So, I’m going to have to delay until my next usual post: Monday (which happens to be my birthday too!)
Thanks for your patience and I hope you have a fantastic weekend!