What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than to fake break up with your musician fake boyfriend, get a fake tattoo, fast forward 3 years, and then fake marry your roommate (who is actually on the other side of the planet)? I can't think of anything, so that's just what I did this year.
I spent the past three days working on The Wedding Day, a short film directed by Whea-Whea Makor as part of AFI's year one cycle films. I play a soon-to-be bride plagued with memories of a past failed relationship, floating between memory and reality with a great soundtrack and some fancy camera work. I had so much fun on set with a fantastic crew and a great cast of actors. AFI films work in conjunction with the SAG Conservatory, so they not only bring a pool of great talent to set, but they work hard to follow SAG rules and are incredibly respectful of time, safety, comfort, etc. I'm so very impressed with producer Sara Hills and the rest of her team, and look forward to working with more AFI students in the future!
Thank you to everyone involved for such a great time! Looking forward to seeing you at the screening.
In the meantime, here's some photos from the shoot: