The commercial is edited and beautiful; it’s not aired yet so I won’t post the final here, but here are clips from the shoot of my national commercial.
More great news as June turns out to be a busy month. Not only will we start filming the short “Dream State” in just a few short weeks, but while shooting a local commercial upstate on Thursday I received the wonderful news that I was booked for my first national commercial, shooting the very next day.
It was a blast and I can’t wait to see it air. Looking forward to a beautiful summer!
Great news! This Thursday I’ll be all the way in Gardiner, New Jersey to shoot a commercial for a pest control service. This month is going to be a busy one.
Rehearsal for the upcoming short “Dream State” went off without a hitch. It’s finally…finally..fiiiinnally summer in New York and I’m looking forward to shooting outside for a scene or two.
The clips from my industrial shoot with HealthEd have arrived in media! The “good communication” and “poor communication” reels are both uploaded for your viewing pleasure.
Last night saw Mary: Loss of Soul premiere at the Boston Film Festival at AMC Loews on Tremont Street. I had a wonderful visit to Boston (with my most gracious host Diana) to see the little movie that could. Director/producer Jennifer B. White and producer Stewart Huey were on hand for a Q and A with a pleased audience. I’m so grateful to have been a part of such a fun experience with OakIvy productions.
With great excitement, I can tell you all I was cast in an upcoming short thriller called “Dream State”. I’ll play Kim, a close friend to Brandon, who has lost his way in life after the death of his partner Kate. His obsession with her leads to a dangerous path…
We’ll be shooting this June!
Well, we didn’t make finals for Winterfest. But that’s okay, since the exceptional variety of shows has inspired me to rewrite this seven-minute comedy into a 30-minute one act! Thank you to everyone who voted for us – we’ll get ‘em next time!
7 minutes of fighting, laughing, and remembering your roots; that’s “Happy Tenth Reunion, East End Badgers”. Manhattan Repertory will be hosting me, Danielle Joy, and Abra Segerson again for a playwriting competition this January. This time around, we’ll be joined by Christine Wright and Alexandria Johnson. Four friends reunite on the precipice of a ten year reunion; has enough time passed for old grudges to die? Or will we all keep reliving the past?