I’ve never been a socialite. I was never that person who jumped to the occasion, or that guy everybody wanted to talk to. To this day, I’m the guy who stays in the corner and does his own thing while everyone else is having a good time. It’s not that I like it this way. It’s just difficult for me to approach the group. Because of this, I have done everything in my power to express myself in other ways. What better way to do this than with the power of cinema?
Obviously, I’m not a filmmaker yet. That’s the reason why I’m attending UCLA: to enroll in the film school. While I wait for my opportunity to do so, I try to come up with whatever ideas I can that could not only assist me in my admission, but in my career, as well. Basically, I daydream whenever I can, which I admit isn’t always a good thing. I have an active imagination, so ideas come to me all the time. In fact, I have constructed at least five original storylines and about three concepts for adaptations in just the past two years alone. I haven’t written them down yet, but it’s progress.
Don’t get me wrong; I’m not just some daydreamer with an excuse. I do whatever it takes to complete the task at hand. That’s what this is to me: my next mission. I need to get into the film school, and in order to do so, I must show the people at the Admissions Office exactly what I plan to bring into the business.
I know the risk I’m taking by attempting to get into the film industry, but if it means that people can finally see what’s going on inside my head, it will all be worth it. I’m tired of being the shy guy. I’m sick of being the enigma. I want people to know exactly what I’m thinking, to see what I see! Hollywood, here I come!