Another generally fabulous week comes to a close. I'm gearing up for an audition right now, got to shoot a promo video for Living In Exile (produced by New Media Comedy TV. Go ahead. Subscribe. It's on YouTube.), and got new character shots thanks to the help of my very handsome inamorato (First and foremost, I'm talking about Tim. Second, I bet you didn't expect I would use the word, "inamorato").
I'm getting ready for an audition. Send positive vibes my way!
The promo video was, not surprisingly, a blast. It's always great to work with the New Media Comedy TV crew, so I feel very comfortable with them. I even inadvertently used a mythical word on camera. When I say "mythical," I mean that it's not a real word. It doesn't have a definition. Wanna know what I said? I said "absurdery." Really. I was having so much fun, that I started babbling nonsense words. I do that from time to time. You'll see it when the videos come out.
I am thrilled with the photos Tim took of me! I've been needing "character shots" for a while, and I'm so happy to finally have some. For those not in the Entertainment Industry, as a character actor, you need character shots to help represent your range. As much time as I spend modeling, all of my headshots before were, well, modeling shots. While that's great for modeling work, it's not terribly helpful if you're trying to be seen for the role of an over-worked professional, or maybe a crazy person. Capiche? It was pure merrymaking, playing around with characters in front of the camera while Tim took the shots. Not that I'm surprised at all, but he's pretty good at this!
"I just want to continue being able to get roles that scare me and make me better and I think I can only grow as an artist if I do things that are scaring me and making me uncomfortable because that's the only place you'll learn anything." - Rose Byrne
Redefining "cool" on a daily basis