Flute on the winds.

An Apache/German-Austrian/Japanese Traditional native flute performer blogging about his trials and tribulations on creating a successful career in acting, performing, finding his identity, culture, and living in general.

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Currently living in and around the Albuquerque/Tohajiilee area trying to find my culture and my place in life. Training in Northern Kung Fu amongst other things and continuing to try and find work as an actor, wish me luck in this crazy world.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Why hello there!

And Hello.

It's been a long time, lots of things going on, acting is still going slowly but surely. I want to thank anyone and everyone who's sent me an e-mail, I apologise on my lack of responses as I'm terribly at stuff like that, but I sincerely thank you all for your words of encouragement.

As of late I've been migrating back towards the Stage as of late. I've performed in a couple of peices, even accompanied an excellent guitarist with my flutes, it went quite well actually.

Not much else to report, asides I'm taking some dance lessons, still keeping up with the martial arts, and the acting as well. Hope everyone else is doing good, and keep listening to the winds. :D

Monday, October 17, 2005

Is this thing on?

Wow, been awhile... Busy busy busy... Ceremony went well, only a few problems and some odd happenings, acting is at a standstill of confusion and miscommunication, god bless hollywood... Other then that, not much else going on, the house is going all right, Kung Fu is going great, life in general is at a flatline. Ah well, keep listening to the winds.

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Home.

Short update. Getting a new house, so that I might afford living in Albuquerque. Roomates will be Eric and Max, both friends since childhood, and I met Eric during my short trial through college as my first roomate. Hopefully, I will not be at their throats midway through the year, or vice versa. Keep your head above water and keep listening to the winds.

Saturday, July 30, 2005

Once more...

New update, "The Whale Hunt" and a new one while I was in Los Angeles named, "Pathfinder". The new one is fiction, not really based on any historic point, but it involves the Norse and Natives of the far north, should be interesting. The audition(s) went well and if I manage to get a hold of these, then I will be set for the Fall quarter and perhaps Winter and Spring. Also, my trip was also for a meeting with a management company by the name of Simmons&Scott, a fairly prestigious group/company from what I understand, but you know me, I simply just float along and nod my head. Have more then my fair share of work over the next few days, but keep listening to the winds.

Friday, July 22, 2005

Checking in.

Latest news, "Beyond Legend" is a go for September. Next week I have an audition for "A Whale Hunt", from what I've gathered, it's a supporting/lead role. Lastly, "Massacre at Fall Creek", currently its a book being changed into a script, my name will be tacked onto the lead role when it is submitted. From what I understand that is... This script should be finished around October/November. That is all, keep listening to the winds folks.

Friday, June 24, 2005

Beyond Legend

Playing the minor role of Eddie and so far, I get to do my own stunts, which involves being inside a burning building, should be lots of fun. Also will be getting my S.A.G. card after this, which will be a great asset in getting more acting jobs because they film company will not have to pay a fine if they want to hire me. Everything seems to be going very well, wish me luck in this crazy world and keep listening to the winds.

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Anticipation.

So Molly my agent called, said I have a foot in for at "least" a minor role in a slightly cheesy movie by the name of "Beyond Legend". Now I say at "least" because there is a chance they might bump me up to a supporting role, here is hopin' for a new job. Also, thanks to those who watched "Into the West" and sent me a message, really appreciate it, even if you all are over exaggerating my performance... Cheers.

Friday, June 10, 2005

Premiere

Unbelievably fun. Got to meet a lot of new people, got to hang out with all of the old ones from the set, and free food is always a bonus. To top it all off, the audition I had before heading to the Theatre, went very well. Here is hoping for a new peice of work, and praying that "Into the West" lives up to all of the hype, I personally enjoyed it, but we will see what the critics say.

Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Wow.

Just found this out from my friend, I'm in a Maxim magizine. It appears they gave a hopeful review of Into the West and gave it a 5/5 stars and within that magazine is the picture of myself and Mathew Strongeagle crawling on all fours in our buffalo hides. Here's to a new achievement! Now to buy the magazine, for of course... Memorable moments... *coughs* Right... Away!

Monday, May 30, 2005

Report.

Well, taking this back up again. Quite a bit has happened since I did this, so I will be brief. Will be going to the premiere of "Into the West" on June 8th in Los Angeles, should be interesting to see myself on the silver screen. Make sure to watch it on TNT June 10th, 11th, or 12th. To top that off, found an excellent trainer for Hung Gar/Kung Fu though only working the basics as of today, certainly different from all of my other training I've taken. Still not in school, no auditions coming up, and may have a steady job performing flute, let us hope that goes through. Remember, listen to the winds and follow your instinct, respect your elders, remember those who have fought in war, not only in America, but in other countries as well...