It’s been a bit of a challenge recently to balance my journalistic and creative endeavors. Between trying to break into Hollywood (remind me to tell you about that later), fielding increasing assignment requests from publication editors (not complaining, keep ’em coming!), putting out a twice-weekly webcomic, launching a nascent publishing company (again) and playing drums in a kick-ass rock ‘n’ roll band (as well as running the PR and management), I sometimes get a little overwhelmed. Of course, I wouldn’t have it any other way, but I could use more than 24 hours in each day.
My latest story for 944 magazine dropped last week in its Las Vegas edition, a profile of Vegas-based artist Enrique Nevarez. I didn’t include the cover in this post as I usually do, because for some reason the cover artwork of the copy I picked up is different than the one 944.com has posted. Anyway, you can read the story online as well, of course, and wonder to yourself, as Enrique did to me, why his photo was given the Glamour airbrush treatment. I just took on another, lengthier assignment for the magazine’s next issue, so stay tuned for more on that soon.