"I’ve gone to a bunch of auditions and I had a resume that had just a Youtube link on it with my videos and it was all I had. It was just these random videos that I made in high school. I started to toy around with a camera when I was like 10 and started to put videos on the internet when I was like 14. And [two years later] I got noticed by this woman in my town, and she happened to be doing this thing, a webseries called Sweety High, and it was so embarrassing because at this point I’ve been making these videos for a few years now, and my intent was never for anyone to see them. You would think that by putting them on Youtube I was trying to self promote but it was the last thing I wanted. But I guess I like the idea of having some kind of audience to play with and see what dynamics I could do and what sketches, and I came up with different stuff and whatever, I don’t know, it was just weird. You know, how I didn’t do my homework."