Posted September 13, 2018 03:09:13 How do you audit your work?
I started doing auditions when I was 18.
I would go into auditions in a dressing room, get dressed and walk out, but I would be at a recording studio and they would be doing the same thing over and over again, so I thought, “I have to try it.”
So I would get up there and they’d say, “Do you want to be a musician?” and I’d say “yes,” and they said, “OK.”
So then I would start to go to gigs.
They would put me on a stage, and I would just sit there for a while, and they had me playing, and then they’d do the same things over and again.
Then, when I went to a recording session, they would have me sing, and that’s the only thing I remember doing for the next year.
I didn’t even know what the music was. So I didn�t know how to play it.
So then when I did my first recording, I did a solo performance and I thought “OK, that�s great.
I don�t want to do any more.”
And I had no idea how to do the singing.
At the same time, I was trying to get into the film industry, and when I moved to Vancouver to do an auditions show, I thought that was an amazing opportunity.
But I started doing a lot of stuff that I couldn�t do auditions.
So when I auditioned for a job in Vancouver, they just said, �Well, you have to do that.’
And then they started putting me on stage.
So there were all these different jobs I did that weren�t very good.
Then I got into film and it just became a completely different business.
There are certain things you have that you really, really need to have auditions for.
For example, if you’re going to be an actor, and you have the ability to sing, you also need to know how you’re doing the vocal.
If you have an instrument that you have been taught, and if you can sing with it, then that�ll be important.
In the film world, we all have certain skills that we really need for auditions and for production.
It’s not like you just have to have talent, you just need to practice.
If you have a musical background, then you can do it.
But if you don�ts have the right skills and you don’t have the proper training, you can’t do it, or you just won�t get a job.
Auditions are not about talent, it�s about training.
You want to find someone who has been on the set, who is really good at the audition, and who can make it work.
Then you have this other layer of stuff.
You can ask them to sing a song, you know, for a song that you wrote, or it can be something that you did that you got to sing.
And you have someone you want on your team.
So you really need someone who is prepared.
I remember one time I was doing a music video and a producer said, and we�re going to have to change this up.
And I was thinking, “Yeah, I think that�d be a great idea.”
So we changed it.
And we put someone else on the video, and it worked out really well.
And the other thing is, you need someone with the ability, who can do different things.
So if you have one voice, one style, and one camera, and have one director, that’s a really good person to hire.
People are going to go, �Oh, he�s so talented.
I think I have that ability.� And then you have somebody who is just a good person, but who you want working on your movie, and can be really good, and also has a lot going on, who has a very specific vision, and is willing to do a lot, but you need a lot more than that, and he has a little bit of that, too.
When I went out to audition for a film role, I went in as an actress.
And then the director, who I had known for years, called me and said, ‘I just wanted to know what you had to say.’
I was just like, “Oh, I have a lot to say.”
I was very emotional and I cried, and so they just gave me a phone call.
I was nervous, and a lot nervous.
And when they called me back, I said, “You know, I am very, very happy to hear that you had a very good audition.”
And they were really happy with that.
They said, you were a wonderful audition. You were