Because I’m so approachable and obviously nurturing, people often turn to me for gift giving advice. Usually, it’s dudes needing advice for female acquaintances, like classmates, coworkers, and roommates. And usually, my advice is simple: get that bitch a scarf! Bitches love scarves! (It’s not misogyny because I am a lady, and also because I consider “bitch” to be a genderless slur) Continue reading Get that B a Book!
Season 2 has concluded! I can’t believe it! Thank you SO MUCH to everyone who watched it, who supported it, who loved it, who hated it, and who helped me make it. The experience of watching my silly little show grow from a funny concept back in college to two full, wonderful seasons of a web series has been incomparable. And today I want to talk about my girl Alison, who has become my constant companion these past two years and who has helped me through more things than she could have ever known. Continue reading On Alison
- Brains season 2
- Brains winning “best web series” at a film festival
- The people who donated to the Brains season 2 IndieGoGo
- Ace and Anxious
- Ace and Anxious winning “best short screenplay” at a film festival
- My wonderful talented friends
- My wonderful supportive family
- My wonderful perfect butthead boyfriend
- My apartment
- My job
Below is a collection of things and people that happened/exist that I am thankful for this year. Happy Thanksgiving!
Come for the cute take on an apocalyptic world and leave whenever you’re tired of the lackluster cast performance or shaky camera.
Hi there. My name is Bri and this is my 10 year old website, and, in the twist of the century, I want to talk about Brains, my web series that is now in the middle of “airing” its second season. The above quote is from a recent review of season 1, and this blog is not a response to that review, not exactly. Continue reading Brains Season 1, a celebration
If you know me, you know that I’m not one for spontaneity. Sure, I’ll occasionally write a new project on a whim and end the week with two short film scripts called “Potato” and “Douchecanoe.” But that’s writing. Writing requires no exterior commitment, and at this point in my life it barely requires any other kind of commitment. It is as natural a process to me as pushing the snooze button on a Saturday. “Five more minutes.” “Three more pages.” Etc. Continue reading Ace and Anxious
I’ve discovered that I’m at my best, creatively, when I’m either dared or assigned something. My friend Marshall and I had a conversation about a concept for a scene he had for himself and our other friend Colin, and then the next day I’d written a short film based on that concept. The point is, it’s been like two weeks since I’ve written any new scripts and I’m getting antsy. So I looked up some writing prompts and now I’m going to short-answer them and see if it sparks anything within me. Maybe it will, maybe it won’t, but hey, new blog! And it’s not even about Brains! Go, me. Continue reading Writing Prompts
As with most things I complain about in my life, The September from Hell is all my own fault. Mostly. This is a housekeeping blog of sorts, because I’m stressed and I have a blog and what’s the point of having a blog you don’t get to complain on? Answer: there isn’t a point unless you do it. So here I am. Doin’ it. Continue reading The September from Hell