Howdy howdy howdy!
So, I just got to shoot my first horror a few weeks ago! It's called Somebody's Watching You . It was directed by Ben Rekhi of IM Global. Big thank you to Jessica Sherman and Ben for casting me!
My character was deeply troubled, and highly defensive. I don't want to say too much, but I did get to play with a sword, and there were some sweet sweet bloody stunts involved.
I worked with an awesomely talented cast of ladies, who aside from being very fun to work with, are responsible for making me read 50 Shades of Gray (thanks, girls!).
I can't wait to see it!
Here is a very funny short I got to work on called Grammar Class. Language is NOT safe for children!
"Fireworks" is an official selection of the Lucerne Film Festival in Switzerland!
Also, the Tech and Talk ad that I got to work on for Metro PCS is running now! Hoorayyy!
Yes, that is a super cool flip phone from a million years ago that only texts, calls, and take pictures, and no, you cannot have it. It's a historical artifact. Don't be jelly.
1) I had the pleasure of working on a Metro PCS Spot last week. I had a blast working on it.
2) Also, wrote this silly, funny, very annoying little short awhile back called Abbrevs. Megan Lee Joy directed, produced, and starred in it. Check it out on funny or die! Sorry if it makes your ears bleed.
3) I <3 the east coast. "Fireworks" was featured on June 17th at The Bronx International Film Festival!
Catch me on Good Day, LA! on Thursday morning at 8:30am! =) I'm going to be modeling spring trends for teens for Elle Fowler.
Also, "Fireworks" got into another festival!! Hooray! We're all over the place! This time we're headed to Long Island!
Hope you're having a great week!
Go, Fireworks, Go!
Fireworks is now an official selection at the Alabama International Film Festival. Woo!
"Fireworks" was recently shown at the Green Bay Film Festival, and is to be featured at the River Bend Film Festival! Hooray! =)
This short film was written by Michael Mayer, and follows a couple of acquaintances, Evey (Me) and Scott (Kenny Seliger) as they drive back home for the funeral of Casey (Scott's brother, Evey's high school sweetheart. Struggling to make sense of this loss, they try to find comfort in each other.