I apologize that it has taken me so long to write another post! I have been on set the past week, but I will make sure to post photos very soon. Please feel free to leave me comments as to what kinds of posts you would like in the future--tutorials, advice on the business, ponderings over inspiration--there are so many possibilities!
In the meantime, I wanted to post some photos my boyfriend and I took during our trip to the Rain Room at LACMA. As described on their site, "Rain Room is an immersive work by the London-based artist collective Random International. Within this large-scale installation, water falls continuously to create a cacophonous interior downpour that pauses wherever a human body is detected. Upon entering this surreal environment, visitors can move through this space freely, protected from the water falling all around them."
I think that as artists it is incredibly important to partake in different types of art than the ones you practice. Participating in other kinds of art stretches your creativity and opens up avenues for new forms of inspiration. I love going to museums, concerts, and dance performances as a way to not just support the arts, but to also cultivate my art within another form. I'm very fortunate because Los Angeles has such a diverse art scene. I think a big misconception is that Los Angeles is only full of celebrity wannabees, and therefore our art is lacking. What I have discovered, thankfully, could not be further from that presumption.
I hope you enjoy these photos!
The ACTIVE ACTOR
You are probably wondering this blog is about. Well, it's about anything that everything that I find inspiring, helpful, and curiosity building.
Curiosity is my favorite state of being, and I've become a treasure hunter and a trash hoarder, collecting all sorts of articles, artwork, and accessories that fuel my inspiration and creativity.
This will also be a place for me to document my life as an actor and coach in Los Angeles. If performing is your passion, I hope that this blog becomes a place for you to learn from my mistakes, grow from my accomplishments, laugh at my witless choices, and share in this crazy, unpredictable, beautiful, life in the arts.