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The Manuscript, my first book-

It has been a few months since I last wrote, and I can explain. I have been busy writing—lots of 4:00 a.m. mornings working until the house wakes up. But it's coming to an end. I see a finish line, and I am excited to be able to share it with you soon.

"The book's title is The Unknown Adventurer, and it might be the greatest accomplishment of my life, after the birth of my son."

Eight years ago, I had a moment of clarity that drove me to want to find my voice, share my story, and offer people the inspiration, insights, and wisdom of my life experiences. Having failed the third grade, survived a traumatic car crash at 16, studied theology and God in college, worked with celebrities in Hollywood, chased the love of my life to Italy, and filmed in the Himalayas, among other stories along my way, I have had experiences that shaped my view in profound ways. I will tell you that the experience of telling and retelling major events and obstacles in one's life is not easy. You relive the emotions, revisit feelings packed away, and uncover moments that sometimes have never been resolved. While it seemed very therapeutic at times, I often felt like I needed to resolve problems that have long since passed their "statute of limitations" or the period in which they should be addressed. Throughout that cathartic experience, I started to uncover my path, one that I now see has shaped my perspectives on love, God, and manifesting one's dreams. It is a path with lessons that I believe will enlighten and entertain people, offering insights into their own lives that they might not have had otherwise, and helping them chart a course towards a better life for themselves. Now I am only a few months away from publication and am looking forward to bringing this story to the world.


More with Milk!

This month, we continued our Milk Means More series, collaborating with Brandfly Studios out of Detroit and featuring four new college and professional athletes. Seen here is Sarah Sponcil, a professional volleyball player for the Grand Rapids Rise.

BTS on Milk

One of the concepts that the creative agency came up with is a series called "Athletes vs. Crew." It remains to be seen if this will be a hit or not, but what was a hit—and left me laid up in pain for a few days—was the battle for the barbells, where we lifted 135 lbs over our heads. You're looking at it, folks.

Art District Event

Endless Media, Ombigo de la Luna, and EGAD collaborated on an event, in June, featuring a local artist, Arron Inman. During the event, Arron screened his short film, "Illuminate," and did a Q&A. I also shared a fun piece we created on an 80-year-old local artist named Lolly Walton (a.k.a. Aunt Lolly), titled "Water Colors & Lolly"

*EGAD is the acronym for the Eau Gallie Arts District located in Melbourne, Florida.


Water Colors and Lolly

I love people, and what better thing to share than the human experience? It's why I got into this business and why I always look for opportunities to share unique moments like the one I had with Lolly Walton. While Lolly shares my last name, we are not related, but I have adopted her as family. We created this piece to celebrate her work in watercolors ahead of an artist event she will attend soon. It was so much fun that I wanted to share it here.

Let me know your thoughts on the book and reflections on this month's email. I read every reply!

Thanks for reading!


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