I went to Rhode Island for 4 days. I filmed a short film. I had the best time.
It really was a dream shoot all around. We never had any issues that I was aware of. We had everything provided for us, and I was allowed to provide my spin on a character and bring him to life. The crew was phenomenal and I didn't want to leave. Mr. Bruckner will always live in my heart as a very rigid man with a big heart and I hope that can be shown on screen once this is out. Directed by a wonderful Italian man named Niccolo, Nam will be a good one for the books. They're in post production now and I can't wait to see how it all comes together. I can't say much about the story, but it's a strange one that will leave you head scratching in a good way.
I love film-making. It can be stressful and hard and emotionally draining, but I will always run back to it when I can. I live in New York now and I'm going out and meeting more casting directors for film and TV, so hopefully my next steps are just around the corner. I know I'm pushing hard for this, and that's what you have to do to get a leg up in this business. If only every film shoot could be as amazing and smooth as this one.