A long time ago, I took a semi-autobiographical screenplay that I had written and set out to make the movie that would break me through to the other side and burst my career into Hollywood and into the skies.  Unfortunately that didn’t happen.  I didn’t know a damn thing about filmmaking at that point, but I did know a shit load about how drama worked. 

Today while cleaning out some boxes in the garage I came across a notebook filled with all sorts of notes from the making of that first movie and these STORYBOARD ideas that helped me throughout the process.  These are some of the better ones I grabbed to post here.  Sure, it’s nostalgia and it’s me in my youth, not knowing what the fuck I am doing.

Here are some storyboards from my famous first and lost film “The Other Half of Me”… not nearly as lost as “The Revenant” … you won’t find ANYTHING from that.  lol.  Other Half at least played in some festivals and had some good controversy around it. 

It’s no secret.  I write music. 

It’s no secret.  I write music.  I try and balance between what I write as an individual and what I write as a band member.  Most of the time I write for the music, with the intention of swaying the remaining band members to my cause into taking the song on.

This is one of those instances where the song didn’t fly… too much of one person’s input…  In some ways have given up on writing songs and taking them to the band.  It holds me back a little.

This is one of those instances and will remain a track destined for my eventual solo career.

The name of the song is One More Day.  This is a demo that I hashed out at 5am in from of the mac with nothing but the acoustic guitar.  I had nothing.  No mics.  Nothing.  Just the mac.  This is what came out.  Take it for what it is.  It is full of errors and unfinished thoughts, but the message is clear.

The song is powerful.