Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. It’s been a quick year. Too quick in fact. And now I find myself looking back. Continue reading
It’s that time of year again! That’s right! I look back at all the books I read for AP English! Continue reading
In the words of David Fincher on how movies affect people: “As an audience, they know you can do anything. So its not about what you do, its about what you don’t do.”
And the Catcher In the Rye doesn’t do many things.
To great effect.
This is How Catcher in The Rye made me a better filmmaker.
The Red Epic. The Red Scarlet. Master Prime Lenses.
Everyone wants it to look good. But does it sound good?
Well here we are, stuck in some sort of endless spiral, a limbo where we are in school, but also not. Just like my friends Chris and Orlando, I too, am a victim of wasting away the rest of the school year. Continue reading
Ah, just two more weeks of school left. Some of you may have already begun summer vacation, but those of you who are like me, are still trying to finish the home stretch of this school year out strong. About a month or two ago, I couldn’t wait until summer. Summer couldn’t come fast enough. But with only a few weeks left, call me crazy, but a part of me wishes that this school year can last a bit longer.
AP tests are finally over, and you know what that means! No classwork or homework or anything in those classes! Hooray!
“A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.” Continue reading
“A confrontation on the court leads to a personal journey of discovery, joy, and eggs. Also, rap music.”
Growing up, my parents gave me a childhood in which I was free to explore what I want and what I like to do. They threw opportunities after opportunities at me, yet somehow, I have squandered them and had let them slip away. Continue reading