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
I've been remiss in keeping my followers up to date on what's happening this year. In the beginning of the year I worked on a student film called Joy To The World, in which I played the boss of a Mall Santa agency, which refuses to hire the actual Santa Claus, because his résumé isn't … Continue reading Theatre, film, web series and voice acting updates
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
I was invited by film students from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) to act in their end-of-year project. (Edited to add: The short film is called Joy To The World, and my character was mean to Santa Claus.)
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.
We managed to avoid the flood. Our house is on a hill. The storm that brought the flood was intense, reminiscent of Johannesburg, but will more water. The Zoo had to fire most of their workforce and they're losing hundreds of thousands of dollars per day. Support them. Visit calgaryzoo.com and clickety on the donate … Continue reading Calgary flood
It's snowing today in Calgary. While this is expected for March, it was unexpected for me. We moved here from Lloydminster last August, and after two-and-a-half years there, I thought we were used to heavy snow. The good news is, the yard is much smaller, there is no driveway, and the front path is much … Continue reading Snowfall