I believe the most difficult part of our job is to be subtle, understand people and show empathy even when our work is not very well respected. So here a little list of etiquette and tips I try to follow in every circumstances because our work would not exist without actors anyway.Read More
Freelancing is surrounded by myths. It either sounds like a dream coming from my friends who are working within a regular company or a hell of a place when I talk with fellow freelancers.Read More
Here a little personal post about what's in my closet and how I decide what to buy. I don’t do impulsive shopping anymore and I always try to answer these questions before buying anything.Read More
Shit happens on set. Yes, people die or get badly injured or disrespected in a high point.
Here what you should know to protect yourself and your crew.Read More
Apart from the fact that it's very deliciously well written and that it's all about an Irish-American couple living in London, I'm totally in love with the colorful aesthetic of the show.Read More
Last month I have worked on my first green screen shoot. It was for a commercial spot for the Egyptian television about a luxury real estate complex in Cairo.
Because the real estate is not built yet, everything was shot in front of a green screen in a London studio.
While sorting my last shopping receipts, sending invoices and looking for new gigs I didn’t expect to write a blog post today.
This morning I received an incredible non-paid opportunity work position by email. My school sent me that. I left school 5 years ago by the way.
Thank you for reading this. I love working with you.Read More