The guys at TLS Frankfurt have a new venue for their FITS Improv nights, and last week they were really rocking at Orange Peel! Check them out on the third Thursday of the month. There are more details and dates at the TLS Frankfurt web site.
I was awoken this morning to the sound of things being knocked over and the cats making hunting noises. It sounded more exciting than the usual kitty playtime, and sure enough it was. A little bird had found its way into the apartment, and was providing the entertainment. Fortunately, even though the cats have a quite well developed hunting instinct, they are completely lacking any experience in actually catching anything and the bird finally made a clean getaway, but not before I grabbed my camera for a few shots of the action.
A few weeks before Christmas I had the opportunity to work on a short film being shot in Frankfurt. It’s called “The Voyeur” and it features the very talented Lili Ullrich as the main character, and it is directed by Johann L Botha. I’m not going to give away any of the story, but here are some behind the scenes photos from the days we spent shooting. It was the weekend in Frankfurt when we had some snow, and it was bitterly cold.
Many thanks to Johann L Botha (director), Lars Heine (assistant director), Lili Ullrich (actor), Franzi Classen (make up and hair), Alex Baker (photography), Charl Bester (sound), Jennifer Harres (costume), Ulli Bellmann (producer), Freddy Ochoa (actor), and Stephan Weber (actor) for making this a lot of fun.
I think I have just decided what I would like for Christmas – a Vespa!
This morning I did a family photoshoot with my good friend Jenny and her beautiful family, and we included a vintage Vespa in the photos. Raoul at Mainroller.de was kind enough to lend us a freshly restored scooter from the 1960’s for the photoshoot, one that will soon be going to its new owner.
You can find Mainroller at Habsburgerallee 95 in Frankfurt. Be sure to call by and get me my Christmas present