I'm homeless by choice...I was sitting on my couch one day watching tv and it came to me that I was one paycheck away from being homeless. Well I had some money saved up, but never felt like I had enough. I think about things like social security not being there for our generation as we begin to hit 65 years of age. So I became homeless...still maintaining my job and nobody at my work has a clue. So while being homeless I got this idea that I wanted to interview other homeless people and it turn into a film/documentary. Since I am homeless production of this film was not easy, the creation and editing of this film was done out of Starbucks, libraries, motels and my own car. Finding homeless people for interviews was a tough tasks as well, because I needed to find homeless people that were coherent and sober enough to do and interview. I did the film "On Concrete In Seattle" for several reason. I think homelessness is a big issue here in the United States and I don't think enough attention is being focused in this area. I want people to see up close and personal just how homeless people live and there can never be enough exposure about this ever so growing problem.This documentary film explores deep into the lives of homeless people in the Seattle Washington area. With one-on-one interviews, with real everyday life homeless people and images that are disturbing. You want see two homeless guys fighting while drunk or any other stupid stunts. This is a serious matter with a serious subject. This film will have an audience young and old.