So what has been going on in the life of Chad St James?

So much has been going in my life lately. I’ve scored tickets to the Brisbane red carpet preview of ‘Tomorrow When The War Began.’Now why am I so excited by this? Simply because before Harry Potter, before Twilight, there was the ‘Tomorrow Series’ by John Marsden that virtually kept me captivated through high school. I’ve been waiting for a movie adaptation for over ten years, so I’m literally counting down the days. Also I have my fingers crossed that I’ll be able to score an interview with the director and cast for, which will be hella good.

TOMORROW WHEN THE WAR BEGAN’ follows the journey of eight high school friends in a remote country town whose lives are suddenly and violently upended by a war that no-one saw coming. Cut off from their families and their friends, these eight extraordinary teenagers must somehow learn to escape, survive and fight back.

Judging from mates that attended the Sydney premiere, word is the movie not only gives a pretty faithful adaptation, but also delivers the goods and will most likely put the Australian film industry back on the map. So can’t wait to see this movie!!!!

On top of that I’m getting ready to launch a new event that will start up next month. Right now I can’t say too much about it, but it is definitely going to be something to watch out for. Recently I’ve also been asked by two photographers to take part in a character portrait. Two completely different photo shoots. My life seriously never ceases to surprise me these days.

so adding all this together with college I am one uber busy boy at the moment. But hey at least it is keeping me somewhat out of trouble lol. Life definitely has a promising feeling about it at the moment, so I’m just going to sit back and enjoy the ride!

Photo shoot, Inception and good company.
My lecturer's work with Megan Washington.

Author: Chad St James

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