I am writing this response to this remarkable, transformative amazing weekend with Margie while it is fresh. It does feel like a month or a lifetime’s worth of work in 3 days. I am exhausted in the best possible way. I have to say this living the life approach to acting has made me live my actual life differently. It’s funny how I didn’t realize how shut down/closed off I was in my real life, day to day, interacting and getting by but never really “living”. As the days and work progressed with Margie, I noticed tons of barriers toward intimacy come down and a light inside me spark, there is something incredibly beautiful about this work because, for me, it permeates into all aspects — and I see and hear the response everywhere — I can’t wait to fully live a life in front of a camera, or a casting director or on stage or wherever. I have been privileged enough to work with some of the best acting teachers in the world, to have studied at incredible schools like Juilliard – I have a BFA in acting from CalArts — Margie is on another level and I will forever be changed by this weekend. Margie is one of those people that I will take with me every time I step in front of a camera, or on stage, or into an audition room — it’s not only one of the best things I have done for my career, it was one of the best things I have done in my life. Margie wakes you up — but she doesn’t just wake you up — she also gives you a direction, so you don’t fall back asleep again and have to act.