Art Holmes finally scored his very first internship with the new media start up company ‘What’s Trending with Shira Lazar‘.
A live show on YouTube from 12 to 12:30 P.M. Monday thru Friday.
The former Rocket Artillery Fire Direction Specialist with the United States Army, and current honors student (3.93 GPA) at The Los Angeles Film School as a Bachelors Student in Entertainment Business and member of the National Honors Society of Film and Television, and Cabinet Secretary for the Student Veterans Association – LAFS chapter, and Producer/Writer of the The Los Angeles Film School’s Blog Talk Radio Show, Rally Point Radio, and member of Grammy U – The Recording Academy – Los Angeles Chapter, and member of the Veterans in Film and Television, and an alumnus of The Los Angeles Recording School graduating sum cum loudly, with honors, with a 3.75 GPA, and member of The Los Angeles Film School Alumni Association, and up and comer blogger of the hit blog ‘Musings from the Land with the Big Fancy Sign, and the recipient winner of not one but two Joe Byron pens,
sais that he landed this internship because he is basically just an amazing geeky dufus of the highest caliber.
He goes on to say that it was a no brainer and it would be the company’s loss if they passed up the opportunity to work with him during his days when he is not kickin’ major bootie times at The Los Angeles Film School holding down a 3.93 GPA.
When asked what his only regret in life was his answer is not doing the extra credit in Business Law having scored a 92 and thus fucking up his GPA for a good fort night.
He goes on to say that luck is merely when opportunity meets preparation and that he takes luck and makes it his bitch thang.
His colleagues best describe Art Holmes as follows:
“Art Holmes can take a lump of coal, shine it up real nice, and then turn it into something of the utmost magnificence because HE RULES!!!”
The following clip emulates why What’s Trending with Shira Lazar is one of the hottest most sought after internships in the Industry today.