In June of 2018 one of my favourite Canadians, Melody Zacharias, invited me to write a chapter for a book she is publishing later this year called "Let Them Finish". For context, Melody and other fine women in technology put together a book last year called "Let Her Finish", with chapters written by women about … Continue reading On writing important things
Last year, my friend Sarah Gibbs was telling us a funny story about something that happened to her when she worked in a bookstore. That and two other embarrassing anecdotes made me want to make them into a trio of short films. As luck would have it, Sarah decided to leave Canada in September to … Continue reading SUBURBAN TRAUMA is a go
2017, am I right?
Happy everything. Leave me alone until next year.
I've taken a break from Twitter for a while. This means unfollowing everyone. I am using Twitter Lists, though, so I am keeping track of events as they occur. I have opened up my Direct Messages, and will respond to DMs (following the golden rule, of course).
Two years after playing the lead in a theatre production of Move Over, Mrs Markham, I am happy to announce that I have been cast in a supporting role in Run For Your Wife, also produced by Morpheus Theatre. When I auditioned, I specifically asked for a smaller role, due to the time commitment and … Continue reading Back on stage again with Run For Your Wife
This is my voice acting demo reel.
Announcing my directorial debut behind the camera, again written by Christopher Heatherington and Sherri Dahl. I have directed for stage on several occasions, and this was a very different experience. A film director has very little control by comparison. In this case, the actors and camera tell the story. Framing the scene is critical. Also, … Continue reading Sancha’s Cause (Is Coming To Town)
The American Dream is alive and... uh, well... Today, after about a month of rehearsals, Chris, Sherri, Jury, Oleksandr, Elijah, Bryan and I helped bring together a vision of a satirical radio show through a camera lens or three. Look out for it in the coming months! Watch the full short film on YouTube.
It’s a big deal for me. My role as Peter in the film Imitative Magic is up on IMDb. I’m coincidentally hosting the screening of the movie at my house in two weeks. This is very exciting. I have maybe four or five minutes of screen time, but that makes me incredibly happy.