It's been a few days since I last posted, but I'm happy to say that it was because I was busy preparing for multiple acting-related endeavors this past weekend.
One of these projects was the short film, "Hell's Company," from which came these stills (I added the B&W filters). It was truly a grueling (yet remarkable) project to be a part of. We ambitiously set out to film all 14 pages of the script in one day and, despite multiple instances of Murphy's Law, we persevered and managed to get all our shots done (19 hours later). It wouldn't have been possible if not for director @bradgrenon putting together a top-notch, professional and tenacious crew as well as the stellar acting of my co-stars, @travelboomer and Karl Kroner. I feel so incredibly lucky to be able to do what I love for a living (tell stories), with some of the most passionate and creative people you could ever hope to meet (let alone work with). It's not always easy, but then again, adversity is simply nature's way of asking us how bad we want it.