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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

My Busy Schedule

You’ve probably noticed that I haven’t posted as much as I would like to—with the exception of answering reader questions and adding the poll to my blog—but that’s been because I’ve been so dang busy! Definitely not complaining…I’d rather take a hectic schedule over twiddling my thumbs any day!

I was super busy for almost 2 weeks straight with various castings and shoots a while back (not to mention my other businesses and clients) and luckily I had a chance to relax for about a week at my parents’ house. But wouldn’t ya know it: once again, I’ve got another crazy couple of days ahead of me.

Thursday, August 27: Head to Redwood City to do an on-camera interview for the Filipino Channel’s “Adobo Nation,” where I’ll be talking about money saving tips for people that use Craig’s List to find, buy and sell items (I told ya I’m a jack of all trades outside of modeling!).

Friday, August 28: Head to Sacramento to Murphy Productions for a casting for a TV commercial to promote Frog Tape, a special painter’s tape.

Saturday, August 29: Relax…maybe? Probably not…I’ve got art projects to tackle. So much for a little R&R!

Sunday, August 30 (Rescheduled--free day, Yay!): Photoshoot in San Jose for a classic pin-up calendar project. Not sure how the distribution is going to work but I believe they will be shipped and sold to soldiers in Iraq—a percentage of the proceeds will also be donated to a charity to support the troops and vets. It’s for a great cause and everyone involved will also make a commission from each calendar sold. Not bad!

Monday, August 31: Head to Berkeley to do an on-camera narration piece for an online ESL program.

Another project I’m super excited about isn’t slated to go into production until mid-January but I figured why not blog about it before my hectic schedule gets underway? I’ve been working with a film director on a soon-to-be released documentary doing on-camera narration involving a teleprompter and green screen. It’s been a lot of fun and the director is awesome.

Well, he contacted me and offered me the position as a TV host for a new travel guide show that will require me to travel for 2 weeks to either Hawaii or South America to talk about the best resorts, beaches, real estate and spotlight the locals—pretty exciting stuff for sure! He is the casting director and won’t have the actual shooting schedule put together for another month but so far mid-January seems to work for the crew involved. He’s already got things underway with producers from Los Angeles so it’ll just be a matter of time and finalizing the details before I have to make travel plans. Needless to say, I can’t wait!

I've also got more posts coming up to highlight recent shoots I've done, including a leg wear shoot for The Sock Boutique and a Microsoft product shoot. Stick around!

1 comment:

Andi said...

just found your blog... I like it! There is not many model bloggers out there.

Do you know of any?

If so, would you pass them along?

Thanks and good luck!!!