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)
In my previous post, I wrote about how SSLMate has made my life easier. I also mentioned how SSL-based attacks like POODLE and Heartbleed have forced us into using TLS. Which is all very well, except that Microsoft’s whole premise in their product line is backward compatibility. This means that a lot of older securityContinue reading Defensive SSL security in Windows and IIS
I am a part-owner in a company based in South Africa. Our headline act, if you will, is a website that customers log into to manage certain aspects of their business. This website needs to be secure for obvious reasons. The most basic requirement for a secure website is an SSL certificate (Secure Sockets Layer),Continue reading SSLMate and IIS – a love story
Please take some time to read this column by Ivo Vegter. The Cybercrime Bill also criminalises investigative journalism and whistleblowing, by making it illegal to so much as receive government data classified as confidential or secret. Possession and transmission of such information will also be illegal. The way the bill defines cyber-terrorism is far tooContinue reading “Government is breaking the internet”
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.
“A persistent effort to examine any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the evidence that supports or refutes it and the further conclusions to which it tends.” — E. M. Glaser (1941). An Experiment in the Development of Critical Thinking.
The Great and Powerful Tim* took to the stage yesterday to tell us about shiny glass and metal things that are coming. On the one hand, I’m in the camp of slavering desire, wanting the shiny iPad Pro, the Apple TV, the new phone, and new watch straps. Let’s face it: I’m firmly their targetContinue reading iSad
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.
This is my demo reel, courtesy of Peter Skagen. None of these is my real accent.