I am excited to say that I will be moving on over to Seattle at the end of this month! I talked with a SAG actress the other day who is living in the North West right now and she said she is having a great time! Getting gigs left and right! So, we shall see what the area has to offer! As for other projects: I have a few in the works. One includes another smashing hit from the Director who brought you "Flame". I will be acting in his piece this time! More on that later!
And of course, I will be doing a few music Video's for 2 of my songs that were selected to be in a dance recital in San Jose, Ca. Again, more on these things to come!
Found this interview that Co-Owner Christine Jovan and I did with Progressive Pulse. This interview was about our Variety show in February 2012. It is crazy seeing how we as a company have progressed and I cannot wait to see what else we can do in the future!
If you are interested in seeing some of the amazing talent and see what we said in the interview CLICK HERE! or go to: http://progressivepulse.com/art/sexy-acts-bare-a-lot-more-talent-than-stripteases-by-kevin-m-thomas/
"Looking" is a TV series that is being shot right here in San Francisco about the Gay Culture that surrounds us!
I am very excited to be able to join the cast of Extra's at Dolores Park tomorrow, bight and early at 6:30am until the sun goes down. We might be on set for anywhere between 12-14 hours.
AFTER THE SHOOT:
It was a long day but I had a great time and met some awesome people like Robert Miller over the the left! Great Actor!
FLAME: The Film and my Vocals! I am so excited to say that I just found out that the film I sang in was selected to be in 4 film festivals all over the world!
"Flame" was selected into:
I sing in the last 5 minutes of the film, at the very end and also during the credits! The Full length song will be finished in February and will be released with the music video.
I was reading an article a day or so ago on my vacation to Pennsylvania that I believe all women should here.
I was feeling a bit out of shape and nervous about getting into a hot tub with some country girls. In Pittsburg all I ate was french fries and cheese whiz, porgies and other very unhealthy things for my body. Very different from my usual diet of Thai food and roasted veggies in California. But when you are on vacation...eh...you're on vacation!
I went to see some of these crazy fun girls at the lake and we had a great time! It was nice to see that they were average weight just like I am. Still, I knew I wasn't staying here and soon that good old guilt of being pudgy would be coming back and the daily grind of gym, veggies and self loathing would continue.
I started looking up what the 24 hour in Seattle had to offer (Since this is where I am moving next) and decided that I really needed to spend my time trying to get down to a size suited for my weight but as I looked at magazines in the stores, t.v. commercials and movies, I kept feeling like my goals of getting in shape would never match up to what reality would be like. I know what is good for me, I know what my body can look like but to get to a size 0-4 would be murder on my body and frankly, I would never have fun! I am a size 6-8 girl, healthy. Anything less than that would be a head on a stick. I like curves, personally. I agree you should always be conscience of your weight and try to maintain a healthy lifestyle but the length women and men have gone now a days, is becoming un-appealing and personally unattractive.
Then I was surfing the net and found this article.
It talks about the way women are perceived in the media and brought a fresh perspective to a frustrating visualization of the misleading media. It talks about how women say their one size but when you look at the reality, there could be no way they are that thin. It suggests that women in the media are lying about their weight to appear thinner than they actually are and the evidence is quite revealing.
For those of you who want to read more on this article CLICK HERE or paste:
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