I'm a very lucky woman. I'm constantly surrounded by creative people who are always inspiring me to get out and do what I love. That's why I started this blog actually, so you guys are to blame for this.
So I thought I'd use this week's edition of I Heart the Internet to share some of the projects that my friends have created. There's a little something for everyone here, and I'm very happy to say that I'm friends with such creative people. I hope you'll check their work out.
My friend Kayla created this webseries and I really enjoy it. Kayla's actually one of the funniest people I've met in LA. and I'm so excited to see where her career takes her. Her newest project, Child Therapy, is a webseries where comedians get therapy from children and it's definitely worth a watch. This episode has comedian Melissa Villaseñor who I wish I was friends with in real life but I'm not cool enough to be yet.
One of my dearest friends, Jeremy, is in the process of launching his first comic book, No Wonder. The comic is about finding questions in a world saturated by answers. Which sounds intense as hell. His kickstarter got a lot of attention the first couple of days, and has reach full funding already, but there's still a few stretch goals to reach. Jeremy is a huge comic book fan and I feel confident saying that there is nobody better equipped to bring you an interesting story in an interesting format. I can't wait to see the final project and I also can't wait for my No Wonder poster to arrive, which I will be proudly hanging in my living room after he becomes famous. You can learn more about the comic itself by clicking the links below.
Okay so Edgar and I aren't really friends, meaning that we don't hang out ever. But one time we wrote some jokes together and became friends on facebook which definitely counts. On there I saw that he runs a podcast called, Frenemies and I've been listening to it ever since. It's hilarious. It's like Comedy Bang Bang! but all improvised. So far my favorite episode is the live show they did, but they're all worth listening to if you're the kind of person who enjoys laughter and fun. You can learn more about the podcast by clicking the links below.
Woah what? I have friends who own clothing lines? Damn I became very cool once I moved to LA. I actually bought a shirt from this line before I even knew my friend Moriah. So it's even cooler that she's my friend. The apparel line is not only cute, but it also represents a much larger message about supporting the women that history textbooks sometimes leave behind. You know I'm always down for that. Visit the Herstory Apparel website by clicking the link below.
Wait, another podcast? Yeah you heard me. This one is new, and it's run by some friends of mine from college. It's a tech podcast, and trust me when I say that these guys know everything there is to know about tech. I spent many hours with this team in school, mostly bothering them with questions about video editing and the like. They stream live on Sunday evenings and you can find full episodes on iTunes.
Isn't it amazing that I know so many accomplished and creative people? See you next Wednesday for our regularly scheduled programming.