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Don’t Get Comfy

The rest of my life is approaching at an alarmingly fast rate, and it’s time to start applying for my first jobs. Though, I have applied to a few productions already, I haven’t even started the bulk of it. 

Everyone keeps asking me, “Are you going to go back to Conan?”  The short answer, is no, probably not. I will definitely apply, soon, in fact, but I’m not getting my hopes up. I’m still in close contact with many people there, many people that I miss dearly. I loved that place, and I still miss it everyday. But here’s the thing— a job at Conan would be AMAZING. It’s a great atmosphere to work in, the people are fantastic, and it’s always fun. However, it’s a very cozy job. And a very steady one. Easy to stay there and never want to leave. Which, in all honestly is a great thing, but I also kind of fancy the idea of not having any idea of where I’m going. I don’t want to be comfy (yet). I want to constantly push myself and put myself out there. While, I do want to work for Conan again, I also want to produce my own shows/films one day. I want to script supervise still. I want to work on a lot of things. Go from project to project. Work with so many different people. The opportunities are limitless. 

I’m torn between the comedy/late night world, and the scripted drama tv/film world. I love both mediums. And I’m actively trying to find a way to pursue both. 

The plan is the move to LA in late June, but that is very tentative right now. There’s a chance I might even end up in Atlanta for a bit, or work on a film in Cincinatti for 6 weeks in July. These next two months are going to be a wild ride. I’m excited, scared, and exhausted just thinking about it. 

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