Goodbye Logan Square. I’ll miss you.

Hello Andersonville (for now)

See ya soon, Portland.


The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

The Boxtrolls // Behind the Scenes

(via laikaworld)

fuckyeahdirectors:

Jodie Foster on the set of ‘Orange is the New Black’ fuckyeahdirectors:

Jodie Foster on the set of ‘Orange is the New Black’ fuckyeahdirectors:

Jodie Foster on the set of ‘Orange is the New Black’

fuckyeahdirectors:

Jodie Foster on the set of ‘Orange is the New Black’

So I mentioned wanting a picnic style meal for my birthday to my mom and because she is who she is, behold my Portland themed picnic. Fancy meats from a Portland saucisson, porter glasses from a brewery, themed sandwiches, little molten cakes because there is a dormant volcano there….And of course, flannel and mustache straws. #laterbirthday #momsarethebest

Last 2 days: Worked on location in 10000000% humidity, and heat and rain and mud and 18 hour days on 3 hour sleeps.

In the woods.

I did not know I could produce so much sweat.

alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo

alysserlyn:

tryna have a conversation with straight white boys be like

her face in that last photo

Thanks @kevinemeyer and Kenzie for the Dark Lord birthday present and for partying with me!

Year 28 sponsored by @halfacrebeer and @chicagodistilling! (And Thanks to Shannon for wrapping up my gin all pretty) #BIRTHDAY

grigori-crassputin:

Robin Williams in The Birdcage 💜

One of my favorites of his.  I probably saw it at too young of age but it was a favorite of my parents as well.  He and Nathan Lane are perfection in this. It’s heartbreaking how you may not know how tortured a soul is until the final straw.  I’m not going to pretend to know or assume anything about his life and struggles, but I’ve dealt with the suicide of people I know, and you see the words and reactions of the world and to know his legacy was that of laughter and cheer, it’s hard to wrap your mind around how a person can get so deep.  It may be morbid, but I always wonder what those final moments are like.  Is it relieving? To know it’ll all stop in a few moments?  Is there a moment of panic that it maybe doesn’t have to come to this? Is there any thought to the consequences of this action, how it’ll rip a hole in the people you love?  Or is there no perspective, only a one way street your demons are directing you down?   It’s east to get angry at a seemingly selfish action, because we are only left to suffer the loss while they are hopefully at peace, free from the tortures of this world.   I don’t have any answers to my questions and I will not glamorize a man I did not know because he died. His talent is of course unquestionable,  he was in some of my favorite films and a big part of my childhood because of that.  And My heart goes out to his family. Oof - lots of thoughts for a tuesday morning. Rest in peace, Robin Williams.  “Genie, you’re free.” grigori-crassputin:

Robin Williams in The Birdcage 💜

One of my favorites of his.  I probably saw it at too young of age but it was a favorite of my parents as well.  He and Nathan Lane are perfection in this. It’s heartbreaking how you may not know how tortured a soul is until the final straw.  I’m not going to pretend to know or assume anything about his life and struggles, but I’ve dealt with the suicide of people I know, and you see the words and reactions of the world and to know his legacy was that of laughter and cheer, it’s hard to wrap your mind around how a person can get so deep.  It may be morbid, but I always wonder what those final moments are like.  Is it relieving? To know it’ll all stop in a few moments?  Is there a moment of panic that it maybe doesn’t have to come to this? Is there any thought to the consequences of this action, how it’ll rip a hole in the people you love?  Or is there no perspective, only a one way street your demons are directing you down?   It’s east to get angry at a seemingly selfish action, because we are only left to suffer the loss while they are hopefully at peace, free from the tortures of this world.   I don’t have any answers to my questions and I will not glamorize a man I did not know because he died. His talent is of course unquestionable,  he was in some of my favorite films and a big part of my childhood because of that.  And My heart goes out to his family. Oof - lots of thoughts for a tuesday morning. Rest in peace, Robin Williams.  “Genie, you’re free.” grigori-crassputin:

Robin Williams in The Birdcage 💜

One of my favorites of his.  I probably saw it at too young of age but it was a favorite of my parents as well.  He and Nathan Lane are perfection in this. It’s heartbreaking how you may not know how tortured a soul is until the final straw.  I’m not going to pretend to know or assume anything about his life and struggles, but I’ve dealt with the suicide of people I know, and you see the words and reactions of the world and to know his legacy was that of laughter and cheer, it’s hard to wrap your mind around how a person can get so deep.  It may be morbid, but I always wonder what those final moments are like.  Is it relieving? To know it’ll all stop in a few moments?  Is there a moment of panic that it maybe doesn’t have to come to this? Is there any thought to the consequences of this action, how it’ll rip a hole in the people you love?  Or is there no perspective, only a one way street your demons are directing you down?   It’s east to get angry at a seemingly selfish action, because we are only left to suffer the loss while they are hopefully at peace, free from the tortures of this world.   I don’t have any answers to my questions and I will not glamorize a man I did not know because he died. His talent is of course unquestionable,  he was in some of my favorite films and a big part of my childhood because of that.  And My heart goes out to his family. Oof - lots of thoughts for a tuesday morning. Rest in peace, Robin Williams.  “Genie, you’re free.”

grigori-crassputin:

Robin Williams in The Birdcage 💜

One of my favorites of his. I probably saw it at too young of age but it was a favorite of my parents as well. He and Nathan Lane are perfection in this.

It’s heartbreaking how you may not know how tortured a soul is until the final straw. I’m not going to pretend to know or assume anything about his life and struggles, but I’ve dealt with the suicide of people I know, and you see the words and reactions of the world and to know his legacy was that of laughter and cheer, it’s hard to wrap your mind around how a person can get so deep. It may be morbid, but I always wonder what those final moments are like. Is it relieving? To know it’ll all stop in a few moments? Is there a moment of panic that it maybe doesn’t have to come to this? Is there any thought to the consequences of this action, how it’ll rip a hole in the people you love? Or is there no perspective, only a one way street your demons are directing you down? It’s east to get angry at a seemingly selfish action, because we are only left to suffer the loss while they are hopefully at peace, free from the tortures of this world. I don’t have any answers to my questions and I will not glamorize a man I did not know because he died. His talent is of course unquestionable, he was in some of my favorite films and a big part of my childhood because of that. And My heart goes out to his family.

Oof - lots of thoughts for a tuesday morning.

Rest in peace, Robin Williams. “Genie, you’re free.”