I've lived it up in Miami, New York City, and many other creative places. I lived in Los Angeles for a decade and worked as a producer on industrials, casting director, key producer, photographer and other "get the job done" crew positions as well as a bunch of business management positions. I enjoyed the work and the creative process, but left it behind to help family. Now I am free and ready for the next adventure. Do you need someone with keen knowledge on press, media, seo, marketing, film, business, permaculture, sustainability or a blend of the list? Give me a shout. I'm in south Florida looking for property to buy to create a home base to leap further into the next project!
I am currently a social media producer and available for hire in other positions. I typically hold several positions as I don't like to do corporate work and am willing to take less in order to have some creative freedom without approval at every little step (but I do respect and appreciate creative direction from a client and rules in production)
I traveled the country via RV for 2012. Traveled 25,000 miles in 7 months, over 25 states for the year and getting remotivated for something new while staying in FL. Did it all for under $12k. Now that was a great trip!.
I live a life of my choosing and can make great things happen if I apply my passion and focus. If I get behind you, success will follow if you have passion and drive. Ask the people I have worked with, many of them have retired early, many just bought more stuff and still work hard. I enjoy what I do and want to work with people that shoot for the stars (then picking the golden apples is easy). Limited thinkers need not apply.
Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II
Television (Action, Adventure and Sci-Fi) Actor These are the new voyages of the starship Enterprise. Picking up from where the original 5-year mission left-off, a new cast continues the adventures of this legendary crew: to boldly go where no human has ever gone before & to search for new life forms.
Handling the A.M.
Film (Short) Editorial department Racism is a shadow lingering in the depths of our society. It affects everyone but is seldom understood. How do you fight a shadow ... an enemy without a face? This is where "Handling the A.M." begins. It is the first step to liberating the 'Asian-American Man' from the grasp of this shadow. Utilizing the manipulative techniques of infomercials, "Handling the A.M." reveals the Absurdity and Falsity of the Asian American male stereotypes seething in the underbelly of our society. We give it a face and we give our viewers an opportunity to make a choice in the battle against racism. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actor Based on a true story - A couple days in the life of an Asian actor in Hollywood, and the stereotypes he faces in the industry & his personal life.
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