I started doing extra work in 2003 and then stopped in 2009, when I found a full-time job. I’ve been posting on Instagram about all my extra work for a while now, as The Professional Blur. 10 years later, I’ve had to quit my day job and, well, here we are. Back at it again. It is scary, exciting and, still, something I’m still quite looking forward to doing again. I just booked my first gig for March 15 and, while I can only post limited-to-zero specific details about what I’m working on, it should still be fun to watch and see what the hell this has in store for me, a decade and half a hairline later.
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of participating in a podcast highlighting a gentleman named Jason Klamm. In case you’ve missed it, Here ya go:
The point of this podcast was like a round robin book club. We talked about Jason Klamm’s book Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained, and discussed other indie books. Yes, we also talk about social media and how to grow as an author, so get that extra tidbit too.
This is the cover for the historical parody of the internet. It covers everything from origins of the internet, to housewives with WI-FI. It reads like a non-fiction, and even has some wonderful pictures in it that make it all the more believable.
So, who is this Jason Klamm? He’s a very funny guy who also happens to be a director, author, and producer.