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brace yourselves…

March 5, 2015

When I started this journey about a year and a half ago, I had very little idea what a long, complicated and deeply emotional trip  it would be. Yesterday was our final day of filming.   Production of RAIN is officially wrapped and post-production can begin in earnest.   I cried and laughed and cried some more and then slept […]

Make. Believe.

October 1, 2014

Last week I had the magically thrilling opportunity to meet interstellar trailblazer Nichelle Nichols (also known as the original Lieutenant  Uhura) in the flesh.   Considering all that has been going on with me of late, my first excited impulse was that I would of course meet her dressed in my costume from RAIN.   […]

love & lightning

June 13, 2014

Last night there was a severe storm here in Austin.The alert on my phone said “EXTREME THREAT. SEEK SHELTER NOW.”  I didn’t see that warning til hours later though, because I was outside in it. I sat on a log in my backyard staring up at the light show awestruck with tears running down my […]

Meet the Thunder

March 5, 2014

While pre-production on RAIN brews in the background,  I’d like to start introducing the amazingly talented crew that’s coming together to make this production unforgettably awesome. First up,  some of you know that my previous experience as a performer is as a musician.  Even though it’s been a shameful number of years since I’ve been […]

Go Johnny Go… another Storm

February 20, 2014

I am not a huge fan of the Fantastic Four and can’t tell you much about them. I am a big fan of superhero movies, but the reason I don’t know much about the Fantastic Four is because the movie released in 2005 (which was my introduction to them) sucked rotten gym shoes.  It was […]

first signs of Rain

January 19, 2014

The beginning phases of production have begun on the film, and the Rain clouds are beginning to form. The crew is coming together piece by piece and major components of the production process that I don’t understand at all (namely: all of it)  have been taken over by professionals.  That is exciting, humbling, and frankly […]