My part-time job is a bit of a drive, but I’ve never minded because nothing beats coming off a long shift and breathing in the clean air on the way to my car. Each breath feels like I’m getting triple the oxygen that I get in the city, and it feels so good.
I wanted to call this “A Summary of Every Film-Related Thing Happening in My Life in the Last Six Months” because that’s a more descriptive and enticing title, but it’s a bit long. Similar to the quite-long title of a movie I’m in called “Events Transpiring Before, During, And After A High School Basketball Game” which is coming out soon. Here’s the trailer:
Mother’s Day was one of the first times we left our house together in the pandemic since COVID-19 hit our city in March. Of course, I filmed it.
It’s Heritage day, and I went to Heritage Park a few weeks ago. Here’s how that went.
Quarantine makes everything more exciting.
Back at in September, I won a free “do-anything-you-want-with-your-hair” from a salon. Suggestions included a cut and dye, but I’m an actor and I prefer for my hair to remain its natural colour, so instead, in late October, I went and got a perm.
In the midst of our quarantine, a spider appeared. The minutes following will forever be known as the funniest ten minutes I’ve ever caught on video.
I met him at a cat café. I’d only been to it a couple of times, usually not as long as I’d like. This time, however, I had the time.
The Calgary Stampede was cancelled this year due to covid-19 so I unearthed footage from the last time I went to the Stampede and edited it into a video.
Back in November I attended my first feature film premiere for a film I did back in 2017. The film still isn’t out yet, but who cares about that when you can see what I wore on the red carpet instead?