CAAM Fellowship news


Last Oct, a friend who had gone through WOTV a couple years before me emailed me about the CAAM Fellowship, which is a fellowship for Asian Americans in entertainment. She had gone through the program and said it was great, and she said I should apply. I hadn’t heard of it before, so I read up about the program on their site.


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2013 year in review, goals for 2014

2013 was an interesting year. Not a good year writing wise, at least as far as tangible results go, but really great for other stuff.

My top 3 goals for 2013 were:

  • Be a working writer, and get staffed on a show.
  • Write at least 2 new pilot scripts.
  • Write a feature script.

How many of those did I accomplish? None! Not even close.

Here’s what did happen with writing:

  • I finished up WOTV.
  • During WOTV, I had to leave the writers group I was in, but afterwards, I returned to the group. Thanks for letting me come back, guys!
  • I started a new pilot. I got the outline done, but didn’t finish it.
  • My pilot that I wrote during WOTV, Mailboys, was a 2nd rounder at the Austin Film Festival. I went to the festival with several friends and had a great time! I need to write a post on my experience there at some point, but the panels were inspiring, the parties were fun, and I even took a picture with Vince Gilligan (I’m pretty sure everyone who went to Austin has this same picture).



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