Tag Archive | travel

I watched a movie & felt like crap.

I watched a movie & felt like crap.

Transitioning into 2016 has been smooth for me. I have jumped straight into new projects and finishing up old ones. My list of things to do’s are increasing and well I already started classes this past Thursday… As always I am constantly trying to educate myself with the art of cinema. Be it watching interviews […]

6 days later, Happy December!

6 days later, Happy December!

Nothing has really been ‘on-time’ on my blog this year unfortunately, but I swear it’s all for good reasons! I can’t explain the feeling I am getting at this time of the year because I have never felt like this before. I feel exhilarated to get up everyday and then have to force myself to […]

Tamasha – Film Review

Tamasha – Film Review

I wish at the end of Tamasha I could go up to Imtiaz Ali personally and bow down to him. Tamasha lived up to it’s title and more. It created that numb feeling in my heart while watching and by the end I was smiling with tears in my eyes. What do I say about such a film? I feel […]

Hello September.

Hello September.

Okay, so today I was going to post something special, but due to press reasons I can’t quite share the news with you yet! BUT it’s a new month and my favorite month of the year! September, it’s the time when leaves change colors, the hot sun cools down a bit and the boots and […]

4,380 Days Without My Dad

4,380 Days Without My Dad

I have lived 4,380 days without my dad as of today and I wonder often how life would be if he was here with me every step of the way through my journey. I’ve talked about my dad here before, in fact my first short film and only film so far was sort of about him. […]

When is it time for a Vacation?

When is it time for a Vacation?

This post will probably involve many mixed emotions. Lately, I have felt blocked from writing and if you are a writer of some-sort you understand the feeling. Last night as I was wounding down after yet another exhausting day, I surfed my Netflix and clicked a random film to watch, Not Another Happy Ending, a Scottish-English Independent […]

Losing Someone Special

Today, as I drive from North Carolina to South Carolina to spend time with close friends, I also spend this day every year trying to live in the spirits of my father. My dad turns 56 today and in all 20 years of my life, this is probably the first time on his Birthday I […]

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