The craziest things come out of your head when you just let yourself write whatever you want. By the way, I apologize for not posting many blogs lately. Would you believe writing consistently isn’t easy? It’s not, but I’m going to keep writing until it becomes a habit, and I do it automatically. Efforts aren't worth anything if they’re not consistent. I’m making the adjustments necessary to maintain consistent blog/vlog releases on my website, and am looking into reintroducing the podcast aspect back into my available content.
Yeah, I’ve put up a few vlogs and I hope you’ve enjoyed them. I’m going to focus a little more on those because they’re really fun, and I want to create more visual imagery while also maintaining my youtube channel. Video logs also work for me because energy springs from me in a way that necessitates being captured on camera. (BRAG!)
I love making visual art. I want to get back into making it. Being involved in the arts helps maintain my sanity and gives me a sense of fulfillment. I want to tell stories with my work. Ironically enough creating art can also rob you of your sanity.
Which is exactly what this e-book is doing to me so when I finish writing it I’m focusing on doing one-person shows… I’d like to perform them as workshop productions as early as February, and may apply to the Capital Fringe Festival. I also want to do the show’s set design.
So I’m changing the game up a little bit. I’m arranging my resume/portfolio and marketing myself as an artist and comedian. I’m merging both aspects of my life being a comedian and an artist together and making them both work for me. I’m taking myself seriously as a product that can make and sell art. I want to create a one person show that combines my ceramics, my painting and printmaking, my photography, my writing, and my performance ability all in one package. I’d definitely need to work on my acting, singing, and dancing. (I suck at that stuff) But I think doing this project will make me become even more badass.