Shot to the background of the Hollywood sign, an actress basks in the glory of show business. Acting is tough and you have to figure out a way to pay the bills until your big break. Sometimes that means doing extra work. But if you do extra work, don’t expect to get discovered. If they do discover you on set as an extra, it usually means you’re not doing your job and you’ll probably never work in this town again.
If you work in an office, it’s important that you make time for exercise. Shooting the woman in red dancing on the rooftop reminded me of how I feel about classical musicians and how I never want to return to the ballet.
To get anywhere in life you have to jump through hoops, sometimes hula hoops to break through roadblocks to reach your potential. Thatâ€™s it! Move, shake, gyrate! Freedom is just a short step away through that door. Women striving and thriving in Safety First: the Rise of Women!
Street Walkers from Mac Kelly on Vimeo.
Shooting on the streets of Los Angeles is like a filmmakerâ€™s paradise filled with horny cops, homeless guys who want to share their private moments with you and alcoholic bus riders who canâ€™t hold down their liquor. Some fond memories were created when I shot these girls walking the streets of LA.
Squeeze for Milk from Mac Kelly on Vimeo.
I had a dream I was a goat, grazing on a sunny mountainside in Southern Italy. Afternoons were spent breathing the fresh air and eating the healthy green grass. Then at the start of my ten month long lactation period, the farmerâ€™s big-breasted wife would put me on a pedestal and massage me and milk me until I was dry. Itâ€™s a goatâ€™s lifeâ€¦a goatâ€™s life for me.