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PJ

Filming BEFORE YOU KNOW IT has been a life-changing experience for me. Not only have I met and gotten to know three amazing individuals, but I also marched in the New York Pride Parade the day after gay marriage was legalized in the state of New York. I've been on a gay cruise to the ...Read more

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Excited to be able to share my film w/ all of you!

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