Jul 17, 2008

My Name is Jerry and I am taking over your life.

Yup, it's official. This movie has raised new standards of uprooting and overtaking my life. But in a good way. Working with real actors and crew has been a great experience so far, and it's only been 3 days! I am learning so much, so fast, it's overwhelming. Today I woke up and thought I was still on set. In my semi-consious state I started yelling at my alarm clock to stop beeping. I was terrified that the obnoxious beep was ruining the actors concentration. Then I realized that I was not in fact, on set.

So when Ball State says "Immersion" they mean it. So much immersion, that it will follow you into your sleep.

The hard thing about working with real actors is that all my shots have to be approved before I can publish them online. It's quite a process, but I respect that the actors have to be careful with what images are released to the public. That being said: here is a photo I took two days ago and was given the stamp of approval by Doug Jones.
Office Interruption
Actors Doug Jones and Ken Harper stop and listen for direction on the set of "My Name is Jerry."

1 comment:

Eveleen said...

You are soo cool. :p