Mesh's new website: meshflinders.com
Mesh's blog, with video msg to all the fans
Mesh Flinders, one of the original three Creators of Lonelygirl15, has announced his depature from the show.
"Here's a message to all my Lonelygirl fans, and everyone who helped make the past year and a half . . . otherworldly!
At Meshflinders.com you can get Mesh's view of the wild ride of LG15.
... Mesh had known Bree for some time – or
versions of her. A cute, bright, unconventional young
woman had been insinuating herself into his stories and
screenplays since his college days (read Callie here,
view Ana here) and he wasn't sure why. When he met
Miles in March at a birthday party and heard about his
vision of an interactive, continuous You Tube drama,
... Always more the cinephile than web fan, Mesh decided at
the end of 2007 to leave LG15 in order to pursue his film
interests full time. By then he had written and directed
more than 200 Lonelygirl webisodes and his reputation
as a creator of LG15 had opened up the possibility to
direct his first feature film. Miles, Greg and Amanda had
LG15 studios well in hand. It was the right time to say
For Mesh, LG15 will always be Bree boogying in her
bedroom with Purple Monkey, staring down Daniel to
prove a point, pitying the fate of Poor Pluto, widening our
horizons with the odd but teasing factoid: "You probably
didn't know that 66% of kissers turn their heads to the
right in the seconds preceding a kiss. . . I looked it up on
Mesh, and a large number of folks across the
"Breeniverse," will never forget her.
Tortugero, Costa Rica on Wikipedia.
Mesh Flinders on LGPedia.