After 12 years of revisions, three artist collaborations, lost luggage and murder, the Gingerbread Man’s Last Stand is illustrated, animated, narrated, and done.
Here is an idea for our rollicking, roiling, politically aggravating times: an incubator designed to develop delightful businesses.
Given that I made three stop-motion animations solely about drawing on shoes, another animated short about a shoe stampede, and a short film about finding your true love called Sole Mates (surprise: it features shoes), it’s fair to say shoes were something of a muse during college.
One of my crippling fears about working as a television producer is not having a tangible skill set.
Summer is here, and if you’re a TV producer, that means you get to do one of three things: Enjoy your (forced) hiatus as you wait for your show to begin production in the fall, by seeing friends, cooking, traveling, and creating other projects, all while reveling in how responsible you were in saving during the year Don’t enjoy your (forced) hiatus as you wait for your show to begin production in the fall, by refreshing Staff Me Up and posting your resumes on Facebook groups every hour on the hour, rueing that month-long trip you took to Thailand in the middle of the season Produce for a summer test run I’ve had the pleasure of doing all three.
To distract myself from the terrifying void of unemployment (or Runemployment, as I’ve taken to calling it, since I can run whenever I damn well please), I’ve busied myself with writing.
From the great libraries of Glendale to the beaches of southern Portugal, 2016 was a year of reading near and far.