It has been well over a month since I’ve posted on TheMysteryTin, but it hasn’t been because I’ve been lazy. In fact, it’s the exact opposite.
I have been working SO HARD on my other ventures and projects, I legitimately haven’t had time to write. One such example of my busy schedule is that I have coached lacrosse every single day since the last time I posted (February 24) and my first real “day off” will be Monday, April 6, after a solid run of 41 days straight. I’ll save the coaching discussions for another post… or series of posts.
Aside from coaching, I had to kick my latest screenplay into overdrive in order to finish it by the end of the month. The good news is, I’m FINISHED! After another round of revisions, I will be happy to share it all with you. In the meantime, I will remind you of the bad news, Malaysian Airlines MH370 has yet to be found, currently suspected somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean. While this is “disappearance” is obviously a tragedy, a Cessna 18L with tail numbers VH-DSJ has been missing for nearly 36 years. STAY TUNED.
Since our last post, I directed the short film, “Message in a Bottle.” It was an incredible experience and I really enjoyed working with Haley Seppa. She is an absolute professional and now someone I am happy to call a friend of mine. It was also immensely inspiring to work with Ward Sorrick again, and the performance he delivered was nothing short of passionate. I’m talking committed, people! The OCEAN… in February! Thanks are also in line for the people who cycled through the production, including Matt, Aaron, Michael, Eric, Bruce, Lauren, Ayla, Jory, and anyone else I missed, it takes a village. The footage has been collected, and the post production phase has just begun. We’re hoping to have a rough cut by the end of May, but we’ll keep you updated.
My acrobatic training is really beginning to pick up steam. Starting last week, I am taking roughly 8-10 hours of acrobatics, Chinese Pole, Teeterboard and Hoop Diving each week. I’m hoping to have my handstand, roundoff, back handspring, and back tuck ready, so I can tumble into the summer months and take my skills to the beach in San Francisco or the lawn in Tahoe. I will be keeping track of my process on these adventures in my latest project, coming soon! (By soon, I mean the next post).
Lastly, I have laid the framework for a handful of art projects. I’ve designed some new Mystery Tin merchandise, started a few different photography series including fortune cookies and astroturf fields, 75 half-hour drawings, as well as a handful of other artistic endeavors at various stages of fruition. I think you’ll really like them.
You’re gonna be reading a lot more of me in the coming month. You should probably bookmark my page.