California Girl, Mommy, Wifey, Actress, Comedian ('cause it's not the same as actress), Filmmaker, YouTube Addict, Professional Knitter, Friend
For the 4th of July I headed up the coast to Santa Barbara to watch the fireworks show. Click to watch:
This week I decided to reveal the truth behind my obvious “change” over the past few months…
June gloom is here, but hopefully not to stay. Click to watch what we do in Super Cali Land to fight off the gloom:
Every summer I visit the in-laws in Winchester, Virginia, and about 80 percent of my time there lying in the hammock watching storm clouds roll by. So it’s no surprise that I vlog from “The Winchester Hammock” almost every summer. Good times. Click to watch!
2012 – For my lifestyle channel SuperCaliListic:
2010 – As the Friday Girl on 5AwesomeOptimistis:
2009 – As Andie Mills on my channel LifeWithBabs:
Every week my good friend Erica Rhodes and I go to Market Mass and then cruise the Farmer’s market on the 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica. Click to watch.
This past weekend I drove up to Santa Barbara to act in a short film. Click to watch:
Between allergies and a characteristically weak immune system I have spent a good part of my life sick in bed. Although I find it to be miserable, apparently I also find it to be entertaining, as I have shot some of my favorite videos with a “sick” theme.
It all started with this photography film shot to Shel Silverstein’s poem “Sick”:
My next cold induced film was as Andie Mills for my YouTube channel “Life With Babs”:
And then this week again, instead of taking a sick day on my main channel SuperCaliListic I decided to make fun of my horrible cold and “unidentifiable face rash”:
I originally shot a short film called “Skyview Motel” last spring. After spending some time editing, though, I decided to add to the story and shoot one more scene. In this week’s SuperCali video I take my viewers on set with actress Susanna Musotto and DP Samrod Shenassa:
Last year director Evan Nicholas asked me to act in his short film “Another Fool”. This week he sent me a link to the final product. It’s fun to see something I worked on over a year ago come to life. Check it out: