When depicted in movies, adventures feature an assortment of fantastic action sequences that would immediately kill the protagonist if ever attempted in real life. Movies do this because physical action is easily photographed by a camera, but it is bullshit, like this staged photo of me in a submarine at a WW2 museum. Real adventures are abstract, psychological journeys better represented by written stories, but which are hampered by privacy requirements, skepticism, memory, and the creative license of the author. They are a series of choices, lessons, and characters you sleep with along your path to a deeper understanding of yourself.
Cherries and Clover
A full-length romantic comedy I wrote and directed in high school with Taylor Marie Milton, Spencer Jenkins, and a bunch of other teenagers.
Mushroom Trip II (2011)
The time I tripped hard with Randy Blekitas in the Calico Mountains.
How I Got My Scars
A story about my interaction with a girl from a very special family. No personal details will be divulged but later mysteries about my own life cannot be explained without briefly referencing this. Coming soon.
Bitcoin Millionaire at 28
This is when things started to get really crazy...
Six incredible months in Russia.
When something sacred happens, it feels like you shouldn't talk about it. But this story is too good not to share.