The cities, the roads, the countryside, the people I meet - they all begin to blur. I tell myself I am searching for something. But more and more, it feels like I am wandering, waiting for something to happen to me, something that will change everything, something that my whole life has been leading up to.
He said that if culture is a house, then language was the key to the front door; to all the rooms inside. Without it, he said, you ended up wayward, without a proper home or a legitimate identity.
Yoo @two_headed_dog just found this photo of you wandering the redwoods that one time! Thought up some random hilarious memories of that trip, funny nights around the fire, finding the crew that one time, rough wake ups, dope missions through all sorts a sheeit! Sick time road trippin dog, you are one unique motha!! #redwoods#GVO#pch#jimmyhendo#sanddunes
I finally have a chance to share the trailer for "A Tessellation". This was a dream team of remarkably talented cast and crew. It really was one of the best film experiences I've had and allowed me to reach deeper emotionally for a character than I had in awhile. Working with Rachel Whittle and Maddie (Bo Keeling) as my daughter Marcy, Stan McDonald as Owen, Matthew Ramsaur our director, Josue Ferrero our DP, Alexander Jeffery and Colby Doler as 1st AD's, Ken Wactor as boom and sound, Justin Cox as composer, Samuel Brantley and Chad Hill as the writers, and sooo many more PA's, was an amazing privilege. I play Henrietta, an archeologist as well. You only get to see me once in the trailer because... what happens to Henrietta? You'll have to watch it when it's released to find out. 😉 .
Trailer link here and in bio: https://vimeo.com/304978989