Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Blog's Still Kickin'

No, I haven't forgotten about the blog. I'll be posting more reflections soon. Until then, here's a screencap from my photo appearance in the Law & Order Criminal Intent season finale, Renewal:


Matt said...

WOO! I went too!

or, did you want more?

lol, JUST kidding, more to come later

VDOVault said...

Ha ha that's a pretty good looking mug shot Jason (actually it looks more like a head shot...almost too pretty to be a mug shot).

Hope you're enjoying your summer.

What's up next in your entertainment industry career?

The Vault

Jason said...

Funny you should say that. When I worked in the Art Department, they planned to take a head shot for me to submit to casting agencies. Nicole took a dozen or so pictures, but they looked awful. I needed a haircut and new duds (see 3/13-16 and 3/12.

Unfortunately, right after that, the Art Department had a ton of work dumped on them (the scrapbooks for Endgame), so they didn't have an opportunity to retake my picture. They did use a doctored image from the first shoot for Renewal. That's how I ended-up on TV. :)

Future plans... Currently, I'm helping as an Assistant Director on a friend's movie. This fall, I have one semester left at Oakland University. Beyond that, I'm not sure. I may return to New York for a little while, but California is where I plan to go on a semi-permanent basis, given my interest in writing/acting for a TV sitcoms.

Lisa said...

hey... I just had a question. How did you find out about the internship? I've been thinking about trying for an internship there, and wanted to know how to go about getting info on it. You can contact me at LisaPrins@cedarville.edu

Anonymous said...

Hi Jason! I just wanted to say this is pretty much awsome. I heard that L.O. did internships and it sounds like you're having a blast. I was just wondering how you got involved in it. my e-mail is palindrome22@hotmail.com

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