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Turns into secrets within
The essence of him
Rolls through me again
Untruth unsettles the heart
Monsters try to pull us apart
Forever means now
Please God show me how
Love you, to love him
I need attention friend
Heaven knows you can’t reach thee
Leave no stone unturned
I tried so many times
How will I get back up and not get burned
I want you
I want it all
Drink the Kool-aid and take the fall
Flesh to ashes
Dust to wind
‘Til death do I part
Swaying in the storm
Dirt devil in the sand
Leaves in the pool
Begging homeless man
Sun burns my eyes
Feet charred from the grind
Heart still beating
Test of the mind
Heart wired strong
Faith and despair
No more persecution
Only wind in my hair
Freedom at last
It’s the last freedom
Taste the rainbow
Like a Southbay sunset…
and he went.
Just like love
falling away from your finger tips.
Distance you must travel
to open your mind.
Traffic is crap almost every time.
I love the palm trees.
I love the sun.
Will there ever be room for any one?
washed the sins of the town away.
Out came the sun,
what a glorious day.
Hey all! Whaz uuuuuuup,
I am not a model, but I do like to model since I know how to and do get paid every so often to pose. After working a lot in front of the camera, I am picky about who I shoot photos and even video with. Some photographers do not give me satisfactory lighting or stable shots, so the photos wind up blurry and not properly exposed, or they just suck in general. With cinematographers/videographers, they need to know their lighting and know what shots are going to look good. If I know they can’t handle the simple stuff, I don’t bother. I think a shooter can be green in experience, but if they know how to operate the camera and have a good concept, then why not shoot with that person! They are probably going to do something unique and cool. If the shooter can edit pretty good then that’s a bonus as well.
Recently I got an offer to shoot stills with my old friend and co-worker Jason Jolliff. He is a super talented videographer and editor, as I have worked with him in video productions throughout the years. When we work together, I host, and he shoots and edits. Since that chemistry works, I wondered the chemistry could work for stills?
Jason said, “I’m doing photography now, let’s shoot at the 247 Lounge!” He explained a rad concept to me detailing a ‘red couch on the stage’ with a ‘movie screen behind it’ playing moody flicks. Then he added that he had a nice lighting kit he would bring. Where do I sign? It sounded like fun.
So, we made it happen. We set it up. Started shooting. The ‘photographer and subject’ chemistry was present, and we came out with these pictures below. Mind you, this is only Jason’s 3rd photo shoot he has ever done. Je t’aime!
I held my breath, and opened my mind.
Then experienced something I can hardly describe.
Dazzle in the dance.
Dapper in the face.
Would you please kiss me now in this place?
I had the hors d’oeuvres, then the main course.
Still hungry, this one needed some more.
Starving for the love drug.
The speedbombs of smack
Serotonin mainlined- got my body jacked.
Haven’t been right since, or maybe I’m right now.
Your lips, your mouth I can’t live without.
Indianapolis, IN – December 11, 2013
Lisa Mason Lee Joins Real Scene TV
Coming off of her one-year reign as the “Face of MyINDY-TV 23,” Lisa Mason Lee is moving onto her next opportunity! Having reeled in more clients and revenue than the other previous winners, Lee’s on-camera and behind the scenes talents (filming, producing, editing) are undeniably a commodity for any business looking to further succeed.
Lee expresses, “When I was the Face of MyINDY-TV 23, it was my goal to take the position to a new level. I was the first Face who ever produced their own original show (My Entertainment Minute), and the first Face to bring in the most ‘Face’ business to the station.”
To say the least, Miss Lee likes to go big. Before the Face position, Lee spent time between Hollywood and Las Vegas acting and writing. Some of her accomplishments include becoming one of the top 500 most subscribed YouTubers globally, a published writer and reporter on People.com, MTV.com and Hollyscoop.com. Lee even acted in movie “Alvin and the Chipmunks” and co-starred in a web series alongside Audrina Patridge.
This year, during Lee’s time back in Indy, she made her directorial debut at the Indiana Short Film Festival, where her documentary short was chosen as an official selection. Another one of Lee’s recent and favorite accomplishments, is her acting performance in an Emmy nominated commercial. Lee shared the screen with the Butler Bulldog mascots, and the commercial received an Emmy nomination for its great production.
Lee continues, “I take pride in working hard and seeing projects through until everyone is satisfied. I am looking forward to creating new material with people who care just as much as I do about it.”
You can currently catch Lisa commentating on daytime show “TMZ Live” via TMZ.com, and also on the local late night TV show “Real Scene TV,” airing every other Saturday following “Saturday Night Live” on WTHR Channel 13.
For booking info, bio and media please visit:
Link to press release PDF HERE
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Does Richard Simmons ever age?! He looks great, and he looks pretty good as a woman too! Beware- the song is contagious like a Britney Spears track! “Short, long, straight or curly- get something cute, get something girly!”
See the video here:
We just got news that our documentary entitled “The Lost Cemetery” is going to premiere on the silver screen at the Indiana Short Film Festival. The festival is at the Royal Theater in Danville, Indiana October 11-13. The Lost Cemetery will play October 12 at 7:00pm.
We plan on hanging out for a Q&A session afterwards.