I'm a 24 year old indie filmmaker who loves to write. I write and direct short films of the art house/drama/documentary/comedic approach. Van Sant, Warhol, and Truffant are my main influences. I also do photography. I love cinema and music. I write about whatever comes to mind. I'm very blunt and honest. I'm not afraid to speak my mind. I bascially write about my daily life like school, what I'm filming, what I'm writing/reading, anything. This medium is perfect for my desired expression. Feel free to read I don't bite :)
Listening to M B V was like the last scene in Ghost where Demi Moore looks at Patrick Swayze, but instead My Bloody Valentine is playing the whole album in front of me.
I took my dad out for breakfast yesterday morning. It was cool. I haven’t spent time with him on a daily basis. Either I’m at the internship or doing some filming. It was nice. He hasn’t been working the last few days, so we’ve been playing major catch-up. I told him about my graduation coming in about two months from now. I got tickets. He wanted to know what I was gonna do with them. He asked if I knew any places to go eat. Fun thing about Los Angeles is the places to eat and the places that surround it. I suggested him two places—Modern Eats in Silverlake or The Village Bakery in Los Feliz—that both have bomb-ass coffee and breakfast platters. He didn’t care where. Kind of perfect because near there is the record store but Modern Eats is closer, so Modern Eats it was. Plus, I think he’ll like it there because of the dishes. The Village Bakery is exactly what the name is: a bakery. The pastries there are really good. You should go there for breakfast or for the coffee, whichever. We listened to The Queen is Dead by The Smiths.