Time to help out your fellow artist
Hello! Welcome. This is my first ever blog post. I've never liked the idea of blogging. However I accidentally added a blog section to my website and I don't seem to be able to delete it. So therefore I have succumbed to what I imagine can only be fate forcing me to write my first blog post.
In recent months, myself and director/co-creater William Menzies began making a YouTube show called 'The Review'. When we started neither of us really knew what we were doing. We had an idea and thought it would be nice to give artists the chance to express their views on what it's like to be in this complex, exciting and at times lonely industry. It has been a much more exciting journey than I ever expected. It has lead to wonderful friendships, but most importantly, it has helped give a voice to those we don't normally get to hear from.
If we want to hear what Brad or Angelina or Jennifer or indeed anyone else in that twisted love triangle has to say about anything, we only have to google their names and there's an abundance of articles and interviews to choose from. But what about all the people who aren't in the magazines? What about the people doing consistently great work in theatre, indie film, underground comedy, home art studios, live music venues etc? How often do they get interviewed? It doesn't seem to be that often - however if you think differently and know of countless other people doing this, then please let me know, and I will contact them and ask them for an interview on their interviewing and a rediculously self indulgent cycle of interviewing can begin.
If you would like to take a look at 'The Review' then please CLICK HERE.
Of course if you're more interested in Katie Price naming her child after an Easter creature who delivers chocolate to your door (aren't we all?!) I would suggest The Daily Mail.