Hey you, hey.
Thanks for visiting my website. It's very nice of you and being nice is important. I live in Los Angeles. I love California. You have the mountains, the ocean, the desert, and all sorts of misfits from around the world who move here to pursue whatever makes them excited and fulfilled. For some, maybe that means making very fancy soap, or for others maybe that means making really intense kombucha in their garage, or maybe they’ve found some joy in working out a lot and taking selfies of their bodies all the time, or… I don’t know… something like, accounting. Who knows? Who cares? Whatever makes you happy. If you haven't been to LA, come visit, you'll love it! I promise it's not just a city full of assholes trying to be famous. Lots of creative folks who just want to make a living being creative. Pretty cool if you ask me.
I look to work with people who value the artist first. Be it a musician, a comedy writer, an actor or a brand… I look to collaborate with those who support creativity and the message behind that creativity over the bottom line. It’s important that the artist has a say in what is being created with their work. That’s why they created it in the first place. I want to work with, and for, people who agree that the creatives are the core of why we do this. If we work together, I don’t want to strip away at your idea, my job is to hear you and to help you realize YOUR vision as best as I can. It’s about making something amazing together by understanding and respecting the art of collaboration.
No matter what, I look to make content that is inclusive, honest, relatable, and hopefully at least a little funny or thought-provoking. My goal is to be able to work with people who support the LGBTQ community, women, and all things diverse to help empower those who feel marginalized. All that being said, how about we work together and make some cool stuff!? If not, we can at least be friends and such because of that “nice” thing I stated earlier. Now go call your Mom or friend or partner and say nice things (like some compliments) about them TO them. It will make that person happy for a moment and that seems like an easy, nice thing to do. Thanks for reading my ramblings :)