In sunny Los Angeles

I had a bachelor party in Vegas for my friend Pete over the weekend. It was a good Vegas trip! But I'm not going to talk too much about that - sorry. No pictures either.

I'm in Los Angeles for a few days with the hope of motivating some professional changes. I have a script that I recently finished with my writing partner Doug, and I'm hoping to drum up some interest in that. It was a good exercise for me to do because I've always claimed that "I'm not a writer!" which was really just a way to avoid attempting it. It turns out, I kind of enjoyed it.

Also, I'm exploring the world of commercial directing and I'm hoping to get some balls rolling on that front. I got a call this morning asking if I was available for a commercial shoot in Johannesberg. I've been there once for another job, and I had an incredible experience. I'll put some photos of that up later. The catch with this one was that they needed me to leave tonight! But alas, I didn't bring my passport with me. The irony there is that when I was I leaving NY on Friday, I said to my wife, I don;t think I'll be needing my passport on this trip, and I made a conscious choice to eave it behind - I don't think I'll be making that mistake again. If you want to see some pictures from that trip, click here

The good news is that we have a wedding to go to in Rhinebeck, NY this weekend. I love the Hudson Valley.

That's all for now.