Three weeks ago I participated in my first 48 Hour Film Project and it was… quite something. Never have I been more impressed by how easily people can get along in order to create, or by how much bread the average delusional crew member can consume.
So the last time I updated this page I was promoting a ukulele competition I had entered. Two years later, Bushman has finally announced the winners and…….. (drum roll)……..
I recently made a pilgrimage with a good friend and fellow Whedonite to Torrance, CA, aka real life Sunnydale from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It’s something we’ve both been wanting to do for a while, as the show and all the people involved have influenced us so much. It was also on the way to our summer apartment so we figured, why not!? During our short trip we visited two of the most significant locations in the show: Sunnydale High School and the Summer’s residence.
Last September I entered the ACT Openfilm Contest with my “Take the ACT” song and actually won 2nd place and a scholarship that’s currently helping me pay for university. So in order to make Contest September a thing, I decided to submit three entries to the Bushman World Ukulele Contest (the thing Julia Nunes did).
Last year, a friend introduced me to this show called Daria. At first I was a bit skeptic because not only was it an MTV original, it was also a spin-off of Beavis and Butthead, which I consider to be a form of punishment reserved for those in the 9th circle of hell. However, I was quickly proved wrong