It’s no secret that I’ve been less active with this blog, as of late. I won’t go into the details, but I’ve been putting a lot of time and effort into a certain project, one that I can’t yet reveal. What I can say is that it’s something that I’ve been working on for a very long time, and I’m really looking forward to introducing it in the near future.
Today, however, I’m happy to announce that I’ll be releasing a series of interviews that I hosted from Dragon*Con 2012. I’ve always wanted to expand into video, and this turned out to be a great way to do so. You may recall that I’ve previously mentioned wanting to start a web series, and even posted a video about it. Though it was a good idea, the topic just didn’t feel as natural to me. The idea of interviewing random strangers came to me months ago, as I felt it would be a good way to improve my on-screen speaking abilities. It became a practical possibility when Joseph Pereira decided to join me at the convention, as he had the necessary knowledge and equipment to assist in such an effort. Not only that, but he and I shared interest in the whole world of pop culture references, and we both enjoyed taking pictures of great costumes.
I’ve already uploaded one interview, and it’s with a magician named Michael Mirth. Michael’s costume is a truly unique creation, and I was really pleased to talk to him about it. The other interviews will appear on my YouTube channel within the next couple weeks.