Creating The Evidence…Again!

On Friday, June 30th, I will be shooting a new scene for my actor reel. I want to make sure that I keep my arsenal, my actor package, current and marketable. I’ll be playing a computer hacker along with friend and fellow actress, Lindsay Hopper, who will also be playing a computer hacker. I’m excited to add this visual piece of evidence to my actor tool kit because this is a part I can play. I’m excited to share this scene with my reps so that they can use it as another tool to promote me with.

I’m excited that the script and production design are influenced by Mr. Robot to really hone in on a specific world of computer hacking. I’m excited that I asked Lindsay, “Hey, can you write a short scene for my reel where I play a computer hacker?”, and that she wrote the scene immediately. I’m excited that I’ve been working on my character so that on the day of shooting, I can let it go and trust that the work I’ve done will be there.

I’m excited that I have the ability to create the evidence (from filming my own products/projects to writing pilots and feature films) I’m excited that I’ll have a filmed scene for my reel that matches the computer hacker headshots I took earlier this year.

Creating the evidence puts me in the driver’s seat. Creating the evidence opens doors to opportunities.

What are you currently creating and working on? Let me know in the comments section below!

Let’s Go On Tour!

Hello everyone! I wanted to quickly share a passion project of mine that I would love to do at some point. I would love to sing a set of songs with a symphony orchestra and perform at various symphony houses around the world! I also see media integration with each song! What is one of your passion projects? Leave me a comment below!

Here is my set list (Helpful hint: To hear a preview of the songs, you can hit the Play Arrow on the upper left corner of the pictures below. If you want to hear the whole song, you will be asked to open your Spotify app!)

1: ”The Girl and The Robot”—Röyksopp feat. Robyn

 

2: ”Sissy That Walk”—RuPaul

 

3: “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”—Elton John

 

4: “The Man Who Sold The World”—David Bowie

 

5: “Frozen”—Madonna

 

6: “Think”—Information Society

 

7: “I Feel Love”—Donna Summer

 

8: “Vogue”—Madonna

 

9: “Creep”—Radiohead

 

10: “Once You Lose Your Heart”—Me and My Girl (musical)

 

11: “Messiah”—Madonna

 

12: “Monument”—Röyksopp feat. Robyn

 

13: “Colors (Who I Am)”—Yinon Yahel feat. Meital De Razon

 

Encore: “Life On Mars”—David Bowie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Academy Awards! The Academy Awards are my Super Bowl. This is it. And despite all the controversy that came along with the 2016 edition of the Oscars, I still want to congratulate every single nominee. A nomination is an honor and no small feat. So, to all the first-time nominees and to the nominees enjoying another nomination, I salute you.

Here are some of my predictions. I’m usually excellent with my predictions-with the exception of the 2015 ceremony where I bombed in certain key categories LOL, but I plan on redeeming myself today! From left to right according to the above picture:

Best Picture: The Revenant

Best Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu (He also won last year for Birdman)

Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio for The Revenant

Best Actress: Brie Larson for Room

Best Original Screenplay: Spotlight

Best Adapted Screenplay: The Big Short

Best Documentary Feature: Amy

Best Editing: Hank Corwin for The Big Short

Best Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki for The Revenant (This will be his third win in a row. He previously won in 2014 for Gravity and 2015 for Birdman)