I just finished filming a national commercial for the holidays! I can’t release any information regarding the project until it airs, but you’ll see me dancing and singing on your television this holiday season! The direction and the set was so much fun – definitely one of the most exciting shoots I’ve been a part of! I had an absolute blast shooting the commercial and I feel so lucky to have been chosen be a part of the project!
I’ll release the commercial here when it airs!
Calling all geeks! I’ll be starting a brand new RPG stream called Anesidora, and you can watch it every Monday at 7:30 PM PDT on Maze Arcana‘s Twitch channel! twitch.tv/mazearcana
Series Premiere Monday JULY 31st @ 7:30PM PDT!
I play Gem – a rogue/ranger type character, whose skin is mysteriously hot pink and walks with a limp! You’ll have to watch our stream to uncover the rest of the story! Check out our other characters and our GM below:
GM: Bruce Monach @brucemonach
Gem: Jessica Lynn Parsons @jessicaparsons
Vesper: Avril Ilejay @FunSizeAvril
Dalexo: Ryan Omega @ViscountOmega
Anik Deora: Kailey Bray @HapaBarbarian
Sandor Angelslayer: Neal Fischer @Superneal
This weekend, I performed with The Vagrancy in a staged reading of MERCY STATION, a new play by Abbey Fenbert. It was a wonderful experience to be a part of the Blossoming Series at the Sacred Fools Theatre, and to be directed by Darcie Crager! I played the part of Pigeon, a head-in-the-clouds character who is part of a competition with two others, Hawk (played by Vaneh Assadourian) and Dip (played by Kiki Milner).
Synopsis: At the outskirts of the Established Hospitable Zones, there is a station. Inside, the competitors, Hawk, Dip and Pigeon, fight for the Big Prize. The Elders tally their points and a Smuggler brings news from the station across the street, which wants to go to war.
And as they fight, and tally, and war, the Fool watches.
Mercy Station is a violent, absurd and probing piece about the costs of both knowledge and ignorance, and the distorted forms our longings take when the world does not make room for our better selves
It was an honor to be a part of the first live reading of MERCY STATION, and I can’t wait to see the final piece!
I just found the 2017 Toyota Corolla print ad I shot last year! I’m the Zooey-Deschanel-type with my face buried in the book! The campaign was shot by the prolific Vincent Dixon, and it was a such a blast to shoot. The set was so much fun to be a part of with all of the crazy antics they set up for the ad! My job was to read, walking down the street, and run into the barbershop pole!
You can watch the behind the scenes video below, and you can see Vincent directing me at 1:20!