ith the experience I had with Hay House Radio, I became more confident on the set of a movie production. On August 22, 2014, I got to do my second video shoot with director Alfredo De Villa. He is a film director from Puebla Mexico. Known for directing award winning films such as Adrift in Manhattan, which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007 and Washington Heights, which won a special mention for directing and acting at the TriBeCa Film Festival.
This video and photography shoot was set in California’s Central Coast on property of 20,000 acres owned by B. Wayne Hughes Jr. Wayne began his career behind the scenes at Public Storage, a humble family business started by his father that blossomed to global success. Wayne is a billionaire, philanthropist who describes his enthusiastic support for prison programs to "change the culture".
I was oblivious at first of who Wayne was. During his makeup and hair application I suggested for him to change his shirt, it was too commercial and not so inviting. He then smirked and asked his personal assistant to bring out a few other shirts. In an instant I chose out a long sleeve collared shirt; told him it brought out his eyes and was great with his skin tone. Wayne is very humble, loves to surf in Malibu surrounding himself with the younger suffers. It might be because they make him feel like his young "normal" self.