Last night I did a split shoot. That mean DAY INTO NIGHT. That's the term for starting at 12 noon and going to 12 midnight. We were shooting at Downey studios in Los Angeles. Fake street, fake snow, fake snow falling. they used this sudsy substance that they blew out of these machines that looked just like big snowflakes. Very cool and fun shoot!
The actors were kids 5 to 16. One group of kids were building a snowman and then notice across the street the kids have built a much bigger and better snowman.
It was fun, lots of happy screaming kids on this set. It was the Producer's birthday. We had a big birthday cake. And at the end of the day, we all clapped for the kids. They had a lot of fun and made a lot of money.
All in all, a great day (day into night) and a great way to make a living!
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