Moderately Put Together
There aren't many stories out there that speak about adoption. Whether you are adopted or not, there's always that moment when you look at your life and just ask yourself, "Who am I?" This is the basis for the story of "Moderately Put Together."
Inclusion StatementThe story is written by and starring a female, with female producers, female director, and a female DP, we are empowering women out there and showing the world just what we can do!
About The Project
Why me? Why this? Why now?
You know that moment when you wake up and you just have this aching need to get your story out? This feeling that the world needs to hear this, because it's just to crazy not to share? These things don't normally just happen. This, this is something special.
I was adopted when I was a baby by the two most amazing parents a gal could ask for, but there was always this strange void inside of me. This, unkowing. This feeling of not being good enough. This feeling of, why? This effected my life in ways I didn't even realize was happening. I think a lot of adopted children feel this way, but there isn't anything out there that really explains it. We're left to answer our own questions and fill in false blanks. We have abaondonment issues, commitement issues, issue issues. Even if you weren't adopted, I think people on all levels can relate to that moment where you just start to question eveything it is you are doing and why it is you are doing it. "Moderately Put Together" shines a beautiful light on all of lifes quandaries. It's funny, it's hearfelt, and it's real.
I'd love for you to join me on this journey of making my story come to life. And maybe, just maybe, you'll get something wonderful out of it as well.
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About This Team
I knew immediately when I decided to get this made that I wanted Leigh Ann to be my director. She's an icredibly talented director and writer who uses beautiful visual effects to make any story come to life. Not only have I worked with her on several projects in the past, she also happens to be one of my best friends.
Michaela Myers, my co-producer, has been steadily creatin, producing, and directing projects for as long as I've known her. We met in a Groundlings class and swiftly became close friends. She is the one who encouraged me to get this story down and put it out into the world.