The next commercial and book and Amanda Hocking's Trylle series is out! It's called "Torn". Watch me play Wendy Eve
And now, for something completely different!
Here's the first trailer I did for Amanda Hocking's "Trylle" book series, which is to be released January third. Having read and enjoyed "Switched", getting to play Wendy Everly was a real treat!
The shoot was so much fun! I played Wendy, and I got to run around in a palace in fancy dresses, fight, get chased, and all sorts of other good things! It felt like a childhood fantasy come to life.
The trailer was done by The Other House. There are several more to come, so stay tuned!
If I look a little different, that's probably because I got to wear BROWN contacts for this shoot. I like having brown eyes!
Happy holiday season, everyone!
I suppose this commercial would have been more appropriately posted around Halloween time...Or maybe it's about time Christmas got some Vampire action. Anyhow, here is a PSA I did for CommonSense Media. Enjoy!
Also, as it seems to be that time of year, here's a Dorritos Crash the Superbowl competition video I did awhile back.
"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.
Entertainment Weekly ran an article last week on book trailers, and it featured the "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" book trailers, which I was in Kitty Bennet! Neat-o! Check em' out! =)
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!
Just got back from shooting a commercial for Common Sense Media up in San Francisco, wherein I got to play a vampire! It was a blast! And a very intense shoot! I did my own stunts for the first time ever! And yes, they let me keep my teeth. =)
The commercial will start airing in about ten days - keep an eye out for it!!