Hello everyone! Summer is in full swing and brings with it, a renewed and bright new outlook on life. I have recently taken a position with Honda as a motorcycle parts specialist which has kept me rather busy and focused on motorcycles daily. It fufills me to do what I love and I haven’t given up on film or writing and quite the contrary I am working on a couple of new interviews and will have those up soon. Film is in fact ridiculously busy with productions like Deadpool with Ryan Renolds and shows like Fear The Walking Dead. There is no doubt it is going to be an awesome summer! I hope to “marry” my motorcycles with film a whole lot more in the future as well. In case anyone noticed I took a break from writing for a little while and got a little discouraged. I realized that I am not one thing in life. Like all of you there are many parts to me and I want to do them all and be them ALL! I want to work with motorcycles, write, work in film, be a dog lover and advocate and I realized I can. I can do anything and everything I want in life and so can you, so go for it! I want to say thank you to my mom for helping me through this time and supporting me in getting back to it and living my dreams, without that I do not feel truly alive, I wonder if any of you feel the same? On that note my mom is a wonderful artitst and she paints beautiful portraits, please check her art out! http://larapreciousportrait.wix.com/larapreciousportrait She does custom work from photographs so if you have anything you want immortalized in a unique way, please have a look for me. Tomorrow I will have a post relating to an awesome custom paint job a customer of did on his helmet! It is really awesome! See you then and thank you for reading!
I am going to diverge from my usual format of talking about film related subjects to one that is also close to my heart. I live in East Vancouver, if you are reading this from another part of the world or did not already know this can carry a stigma. Like New York’s “Hell’s Kitchen” in the 1970’s or Jack The ripper’s White Chapel in the 1880’s. It is sometimes viewed upon as the wrong side of the tracks. Continue reading