tick tock tick tock. it’s entering the third week from the day i was hired as a producer (line producer to be exact, but joannie insisted it’s the same thing). time sure flew. the job is interesting and there’s always something new to learn, someone new (and not to mention, good looking ) to meet. the more shooting i attend, the more the adventure unfolds and i cant help but
say scream, “I SO FUCKING LOVE THIS JOB!”. yes, being a rookie and all to the industry, i am still not given VERY important task. and im so afraid that i wont meet the expectations they’ve set on me and not get the confirmation letter. but i guess, like how the cliche saying goes, “… as long as you give them your best, that’s all that matters”. so far, it’s been a pretty good start for 2007. im impressed!
i know it looks just like any ordinary piece of paper, but every info in my company has to be very discreet so hence, the blurred names. dont want to dig my own grave.
middle pix, top row: mandatory shot from workstation, perhaps?
the above pix was professionally made-up for a staff photoshoot. fugly, i know. i never seem to share a good chemistry with make ups anyway. speaking of shoots and all, one of the most interesting shoot was the one i had in ulu yam recently. being surrounded by clear streams and greeneries before sunrise was ORGASMICALLY amazing. seriously, ive never felt so happy waking up before dawn but that was just bloody good, going off road and all. i almost beat myself to death for not bringing the camera (uh huh, becks has stopped carrying her cam around!). i wish there would be more to come, although the downside is, there’s no toilet and that’s when you wish you’ve got those sticks boys use to pee. let’s hope my company loves me so i can be doing all this for long. amen.
p/s: regardless of how crazy workings hours CAN be at times, the tummy must still be filled. hence, more food pix to be up… by this year. tee hee hee!