Phew! After many storms and delays and detours, we have finally wrapped on principal photography! Now on to post!
Riley’s co-worker and possible love interest Max secretly wants to be a writer. In real life, actor Michael Peck is a writer! Check out his latest piece in The Believer!
If you’re in the San Diego area tonight, go see a real life version of Riley, Mariah Armstrong’s show at Gallery 204. Her beautiful glass creations are inspired by the Pacific Ocean. For more info, check out her facebook event page: A Drop in the Ocean.
The first set is dressed. The wardrobe is all settled. The actors are feeling ready and fresh. The DP and the gaffer are almost home from picking up the lights. Time to make a movie! Bright and early tomorrow (Friday the 13th) we’re starting our whirlwind shoot. We’ll try to keep you updated along the way.
Check out the “rough” image Sarah painted for Riley’s apartment:
We’re excited. Thanks for being a part of it with us!
I made a little side trip to the glassblowing studio in Dillon, MT to meet with some students/artists about loaning us artwork for SeaGlass. They were all so talented and passionate about glass! Plus it was nice and cozy in the studio on a cold winter night. Look for some of their pieces in the glass shop! I shot some footage as well and will put together a little video and post soon.
The pre-production is on! We are making lots of pretty beachcomber mobiles and things with seaglass, stones and driftwood.
Though the terror of the sea gives to none security, in the secret of the shell. Self preserving we may dwell.