I just saw that five years ago, the first edition of Home Is Where You Park It came out. TS Eliot once said that, "between the idea and the reality falls the shadow." Anyone thats dreamed up something and then made it knows that sometimes you get what you want and some times you miss. Here's
one of my favorite photos from the project of some old road amigos. To date, Home Is Where You Park IT is one of the projects that I've
done that I'm
the most proud of the process and happy with result. Creatively, I've
been channeling some of the themes from the book into the scifi project that we've
been working on in the studio. The basic question of the film is that when people have the ability to live for ever and do anything what will we do to pass the time? Spoiler alert: we're
going to go on decade long road trips through the cosmos in bitchen space ships. Anyways, I digress, Time flies. If you havent seen Home Is Where You Park It in person or want another copy, use the code FIVEYEARS in the link in my profile to get 25% off.