I promise I'm working! One of the biggest difficulties working in film is trying to find balance with the rest of my life, that is, my other loves and interests. When I'm on a film project, I'm working a 12 hour day and, sometimes on weekends. Sometimes I work in my home city, other times I travel. But, wherever I work and no matter for how long, it always seems to take me about a month to get back to a "normal" schedule" after finally catching up on housekeeping and appointments.
Well, I've been done for a week now and I (maybe crazily) signed up for a ballet intensive over the next 2 weeks while I try to work on 3 pieces and more... including launching my own shop site off etsy come either September or October, so I can be free to sell more and more varied items. Time does seem to fly, though, doesn't it? So I hope it all goes to plan. In the meantime, please pray for my tech skills... and my legs. Also, other smithies, please let me know if there are e-commerce sites you prefer over others. 🙏🏻
Painting of Nymphs Dancing to Pan's Flute by Joseph Tomanek