Sunday, October 18, 2009

Blog #1: Let's get it started!

... So the website is up-- hooray!! Special thanks to the amazingly talented Cynthia Lin whose layout, design and technical savvy made it all possible. (Thanks girl-- you ROCK!!!) Geez-- it's good to have friends... and especially ones that KNOW STUFF! ;-)

Hope you all like the site. And I hope to have many more news items to add soon.

And speaking of friends, here are the latest happenings on the acting front. Lots of new projects with many talented folks are in the pipeline:
  • Completed the latest episode of Star Trek: Phase II called "The Kitumba" this summer. This was an amazing experience, and is set to be one of the best episodes yet IMHO! (Likely because I had the most fun doing it ever!) Check out info about the web series at: http://www.startreknewvoyages.com/
  • Cast in the film short "Women in Hats". I'll be playing the role of Olivia, the pastor's wife. (Thanks Mom for giving me a life full of research!) More details to come...
  • Just completed a USC grad project of a scene from "The Accused"-- can't wait to see the final cut! Had the pleasure of working with a talented new director, Jesse Knapp, and a fantastic actress on the rise, Jennifer Nitzband
  • Auditioned and was offered company membership with the Edgemar Theater Group in Santa Monica. I think it will be a great new "creative home!" Check it out: http://www.edgemarcenter.org/theater-group
Still keeping all my irons in the fire and working on what I love.
I pray you are doing the same, whatever the endeavor :-)

Stay tuned...

[webmaster note: Just wanted to mention that the Uhura drawing is a panel from Annime1231's Star Trek Reboot Meme.]


Blogger RobertM said...

Nice site my dear!!! Annnnnnd... Blood and Fire Part 2 has just been released! You were wonderful in it! You are getting a lot of compliments for the scenes you did (and rightfully so!).

Hope to see you at the June shoot!


November 23, 2009 at 11:21 AM  

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