A special relationship
The next few days mark the entry of “Waiting for You” into the North American film festival circuit (it was part of the Cannes shorts corner just recently). It’s an unusual film for a number of reasons. One thing I’ve been thinking about recently is its central relationship: father and daughter. Especially with Father’s Day…
Yesterday was the screening of “Midnight Dinner,” a dark stylish solo piece that observes a woman of extreme lonliness and dubious courage. I had such a blast filming it. Here are some photos from the experience!
speckled heat against the wind
It’s a big week, shooting a dark and stylish solo narrative film that explores the themes of extreme lonliness and surrender (more on that later!), as well as the “Game of Scones” screening in few days. But I am especially happy to announce the entrance of “Waiting for You” into the world. It was a…
just a little taste
Here’s a still from a short film I acted in this summer. It’s just a little taste.
Greetings! I hope you’re all having an awesome summer. Here are some highlights to share with you: 1. IMPROV! I’ve been expoloring the LA improv scene, taking amazing classes at UCB and MSW. So much fun and highly illuminating! (And of course, terrifying at moments.) 2. ACTING! In June I worked on a beautiful short…
Great news for Chaisson: Two terrific film festivals on the horizon. Congrats to all and more details to come!
the quest continues
Last night I attended the screening of the final cut of “Chaisson: Quest for Oriud,” directed by Brian Ulrich and starring Erin Geivett. What a wonderful evening!
digital strides on the acting superhighway
It’s been an interesting few days of auditions. This morning I did a self-tape audition/exercise for a class I’m taking. Self-taping has become a mainstay for actors these days (and lots of folks on the web, yes?). With very little experience doing it, I was ready to jump in and learn. So, early this morning…
Breakfast is coming…
I had so much fun recently acting in a parody of the glorious series Game of Thrones, delectably entitled Game of Scones. This short film has an extraordinary (and massive!) cast and crew, passionately led by director Louis Allen and producers Yvonne Sayers and Lora Bofill. I play Caitlin Snark (of the famed Stark family on GOT proper). Fun times! …
Below is a reflective moment after working on the AFI short, Augury, with a terrific team led by director Paul Kowalski.
Below are photos from the sumptuous and fantastical short “Olivia” directed by Ana Garcia Abad. Alas, my role ended up on the proverbial cutting room floor, but here are some stills photographed by Ivan Urarte.
On set before my interview for “Tarot: A Love Documentary.” Vertical green magic!