Friday, July 13, 2007

12 of 12 July 07

The 12 of 12 is a fun project started by a guy named Chad(click link) that I try to do every month. It always seems to sneak up on me. I cheated a little this month & tossed in a few pics from the Screening of "Pre-selected" on the CBS Radford lot. It was a Columbia college thesis project where they're given offices & a stage on the lot for the final project of a select few.

June - My co-star Nicole & I just after the shoot

June - The Dean of film gave an award to this instructor who's name eludes me right now. Good speach.

June - Director Kristin Owings & I oddly digitally sliced up. The artsy bad phone cam throws out another gem in an attempt to prolong it's shelf life.

June - 2nd try was a charm.

June - 1 more of Kristen - very hipster Director pose. Her film looked great too!

July - Finally got my dirty little paws on an iPhone. I want one big time! Look close (click for larger) and you'll see the Netherbeast Incorporated IMDB page...and for the insanely eagle eyed, my pic with RJ.

9:15 AM - About to go out for a run with my walkman's cassette ...remember them?

10:00 AM - Practice what you preach Lipp! OK, don't mind if I do.

10:15 AM - I noticed the sneaks got a little muddy on this run. Glad I put them in the bathroom.

12:54 PM - This is my System Prefrences panel. Every once in a while I get an odd sound thing I have to refresh when I have FCP open in 1 user & iTunes & Quicktime open in another user if I'm going through my Griffin iMic.

9:30 PM - My awesome current scene partner Liz. She kicks ass & we're having a great time with a scene from "Marcus Is Walking" in Bill Howey's class. This class is really rocking - just awesome right now. I am so ready and eager to work. Any actors reading this I'd recommend checking him out.


Bego said...

Lipp! I had one of those Walkman cassettes, too. I yearn for those simple days when my iPod knockoff won't sync right.

And about the Bard, I like him, but he was the Sidney Sheldon of his day. I will concede that "Taming of the Shrew" is better that "I Dream of Jeannie" but only marginally. Ok, just kidding.

Perhaps you wanted a serious answer? There's nothing wrong with the old dead guy, just that there is soooo much good drama out there, and too many people fixate on Shakespeare, and for example, won't give anybody else a chance.

But you know, he really was a hack--he found a formula that worked, and here we are 500 years later still talking about it. Maybe I should say genius-hack.


Anonymous said...

Great pics! Love the funky cell cam one!

ChadDarnell said...

These are great! I love the Radford lot.

Thanks for doing it again!