someone’s watching still, i’m certain. a year ago now, many of you have helped me continue making the film i’d set out to make, affording me the means to purchase equipment. since then, i’ve made every mistake, lost everything twice over and became just shy of nonexistant to every publisher i once freelanced for. it’s been a hell of a year, in which i’ve been forced to question the distinction between observer and participant, and the possibility of objectivity in what has always been, to me, a clearly biased media landscape. the stories behind those last two sentences are perhaps best left for another day, but there is still the question of what this means for you, the audience. i can’t rightly say just yet, but what i can tell you is: something is coming. i’m still at work, quietly when i need to be, loudly when i can be, on a project which, while focusing on a few prominent individuals, must (paradoxically?) aim to inspire others to the same art, who would otherwise chase after another assembly line industry art job, as if any one of us, or any team of us in a cramped dining room, couldn’t make the things which matter to us, and lend voice to our experiences and personalities in ways other meediums cannot. if it takes me years, so be it, it takes me years. in the end, this isn’t going to change the world and might not even be worth the wait, but the one thing i can promise you, even in the absence of objectivity and impartiality, is an honest flick that hopefully isn’t boring. it’s gonna rock, folks! happy anniversary, loves.