Here’s my reel from the Saba Day weekend festivities. I’ll talk more about my favorite moments from now on.
And sometimes, I do voice work. I landed this lead role in a fantastic short radio drama. Listen to my very accurate local accent in the trailer I’ve included.
A day in late September, I found myself practically climbing the walls. My house at the time was still in darkness. I was still drifting from outlet to outlet to stay connected to the outside world, and then I saw my sketchbook and thought, ” Do I still have it?” Continue reading Back to Basics or Rediscovering Myself
Hurricane Irma devastated St. Maarten/St. Martin, and the island is in recovery.
Hurricane Irma pummeled St. Maarten/St. Martin on Wednesday as it tore through the Caribbean toward the continental U.S.
Ricky is jobless and broke. He is desperate to get out of his bad situation but instead sits in bars, surfing the Internet. Enter Casey and Madison, two tourist girls who believe he can help them find some weed at a good price on the island. They see him as a conduit for fun. In them, he sees a way to make some quick money. And so begins their quest for the elusive “Bob Marley.” Continue reading Bartender Tales: The Quest For Bob Marley
Flamboyant trees blossom in late June/early July on St. Maarten. Their signature crimson flowers spring from the scrawny branches like embers, hopping from one ancient trunk to the next and setting the skyline ablaze. Here are a few photos of a recent visit to Emilio Wilson Park on St. Maarten, featuring flamboyants. Continue reading Photo Blog: Summertime inferno