Oh my gosh. Did I tell you guys about the first real art collaboration between my husband and I? Are you kidding me? How did that happen? Ok, well, trust me on this one. If you don’t laugh at some point in the next five minutes, you might be a robot. Take a hot bath to find out for sure.
Of course, this simply doesn’t replace the experience of being there. If you’re in the gallery, you’ve signed your life away to the artist, eaten a questionable cookie, you’re being monitored by security cams, security guards, and a person in some creepy command center who keeps blurting out their interpretation of your facial expression. In the end, everyone agreed that it was a fun and secure experience, except those who were made physically ill when they realized how reckless they’ve been with their information. Enjoy!
So Like Really, Leave Bush alone! Five years later, I’ve decided to put my fear of editing behind me and move forward on making videos. I have lots of ideas in the works, but former president George Bush’s art show came out and I knew I had to act on that right away. Here’s my parody of “Leave Britney Alone” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fj8oBI1EXA0
Having Some Fun with the Texas Tech Public Art Collection: This is a video I made about 5 years ago. The Travel Channel was looking for someone who could talk about art and (here’s the kicker) have a personality. Sadly, they could find no one, and they started combing the universities for possible matches. I got the email and I had to give it a shot. It was a family effort. Mom, Mom-in-law, and Husband all played a part in it, and I am forever grateful. Noted video producer extraordinaire Scott Thurman did the editing for me, and we submitted this to Central Talent Booking in fricking BEVERLY HILLS! They loved it and sent it forward to the Travel Channel. I just knew I had it in the bag until I got the call that told me I didn’t have it in the bag. Crushed. BUT, the lovely person on the phone that delivered the partially fatal blow, did tell me that she was surprised that they didn’t take me, and that I should find an avenue to pursue my new career in film. When I told her that it was sweet of her to say, she told me that she wasn’t being sweet, but serious. Wow. Anyway – here it is in all of its glory. Note: I did have to bend the truth a little about the casting process to fit my “demo reel” into the allotted time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJ_fAI71m9I