Liam is having a great day. He's getting ready to go clubbin' with his girlfriend and her friends. He drops his pants off at the laundromat. When he goes back to pick them up, they are gone. What happens next will throw Liam into the afterlife, where he meets Paul, a heroin addict. Mysteries unfold as they navigate their way through the next world, trying to find a way out, when Aaron appears. Who is Aaron? This is what a cop named Mack is trying to figure out back here on earth. Mack is also on a mission to prove Liam's incence against the backlash of the media, when he stumbles into Paul's best friend Roxanne, who is being stalked by a killer. Racism, murder, and love collide in an emotional roller coaster, with rhythm and humor. Twists and turns will lead to a surprise ending that will leave you with a feeling of gratitude, in this place, we call life. This is a story, that can happen to you. Gripping . . . suspense. Shhhhhhhhhhhhh, keep them stupid and fighting with each other. Keep them entangled and at each other's throats. Keep teaching them at the earliest age, as babies to hate. Keep teaching their parents to do that, white parents, black parents, Muslim parents, Jewish parents, Christian parents, Asian parents, Lati parents, all parents. Keep teaching them that they are separate, and continue to make that a part of their belief system. Parade them out against each other by their throats on the television, and most important, keep feeding them the poison. -from Just Like You
If I was to sit here and tell you how I got here this bio would go on forever. It's been an extreme and interesting life experience. It started out in the Bronx. Fordham Road. Beautiful family. There was some early back and forth, living in Ireland. I was a street artist. Not a bomber or a tagger, but a burner, an artist. I did however start off motioning, that's what we called it, riding the subway, doing your thing. I grew up on the 4 line, but I lived on the 2 and the 5 and occasionally ventured out to the letter lines. Esplanade, Harlem tunnels, Sheepshead Bay, to name a few. Then I got into the film business. Went to film school in the city. Started working, mainly on TV commercials. I was a video editor amongst many things. Video editing was life. It gave me a visual perception and a feel that launched me into character development, people development, and into writing TV commercials, screenplays, and a sitcom. This gave me a perspective that added onto the many things I saw and experienced in the street art world. I was young. Things were amazing. I was on my way. I was happy. I was chillin. Many friends. Chillin. Little did I know at this point in my life, things would quickly change. I would soon be rocketed into, not success, not my dreams, not my goals coming together and achieving higher levels of accomplishment, nope. None of that. Just Like You is a cautionary tale for you here now, young or older, male or female, going into something dark. You know it; you feel it coming, and you question it. What is this thing? This lost feeling creeping up on me. Is it death? Is it hope turned upside down? I never wanted to be in these shadows, I don't wanna be here. Why me? Why now?