So, The Pox Show, brainchild of the talented and often deranged imaginations of Lisa Hammer (The Venture Bros) and Chris O’Leary, keeps winning awards. The talented crew who developed and produced the title sequence won a Hugo Award for it and we’ve just learned that we totally won a Telly Award for comedy! I’m getting [...]
I’m taking today off.
We had a grueling day of shooting a pilot web series. It’s the latest iteration of The Pox Show. We had a lot of great people working that day and though I’ve worked a lot of long hours on sets before nothing really compares to producing something with no money. It [...]
I helped out a great friend with a short film over Memorial Day weekend. It should turn out quite nicely.
Otherwise I need to fill out my calender with new projects. I’ve got a couple of idea brewing at the time of this writing. One is a fun and light Rom-Com the details of which [...]
I’ve finished up the State of Play Productions of the How to _____ Plays. It was a surprising success. The run turned a profit so I and my fellows were able to receive a bonus stipend for our efforts. Which is nice considering there were over 30 collaborators!
What’s next for me?
Venus ATTACKS! was [...]
On top of flying out to LA to work on David Chase’s film I’ve been involved in State of Play Productions’ new slate of short plays. I was approached earlier this year to write a new play for their festival of off-Broadway plays. What I came up with was a weird dysfunctional (why is that spelled with [...]
I’m still getting used to giving regular updates. Here’s another one.
I’ve been lucky enough to get my first studio picture with Paramount Pictures. It’s a small part but a good credit, regardless. And it’s with New York producer/director David Chase of The Sopranos. Untitled David Chase Production filmed in New York City but the last [...]
It’s been a busy couple of weeks. Busy in the sense that I’ve got an encore presentation of my play to prepare for (Ending a phrase with a preposition? YES! English is Germanic, not Latin.), moving to a new apartment, producing two new projects, writing, and doing quick paying jobs for money.
On the latter, I’ve [...]
After a year I was finally called in to register with Background, Inc. For those who aren’t aware, they are one of the premiere background casting houses in New York specializing in commercials. Commercials are great work when you get it and commercial background is great for a couple of reasons. 1) The day rate [...]