I dug up my very first TV commercial from the networks library. I was 15 years of age. Enjoy.
And on a life note:
Today I had a mental shift. I wanted to write the most pulchritudinous song on my guitar, but I was musically paralyzed. I was stunned by the great talent out there and my whole world briefly shut down. This occurs intermittently throughout my life hitherto. After almost smashing my guitar into my computer monitors, I got up, grabbed my coat and went out into the brisk night. I had to focus on something else.
I drove over a down town LA bridge and found myself at a low lit park with skateboard apparatuses I often frequent. I jumped on my skateboard and instantly in the cold night air I felt relief. Gliding across the pavement in my long black coat, I was the only person there. I played and played until I was worn. No one but my brain, skateboard, and I. Temporary bliss.
I can’t fully explain why it makes me feel better, so I wont. But I will say this…find that ‘something‘ in your life that brings forth challenge and the unexplained fun that was so dear to you when you were more of an authentic child. Find this, and you will come across what you were or were not looking for.