Come check out a short film called Moonshot playing at the Vancouver Short Film Festival this weekend!
Hello world. It’s been a long time since I shared some of my thoughts on acting. So, here we go 🙂 This acting /life lesson all started when my wife and I had the following conversation… Jessie: “I don’t think it’s good when you get an audition on a Monday.” Me: “Why?” Jessie: “Because when youContinue reading “Why Auditions on Mondays used to hurt.”
Looking back… I worked on the 4th and final season of Continuum. It was a bittersweet parting of ways with a good friend. Neither of us wanted the relationship to end but we knew we had to say goodbye. At least we have our memories forever engrained on the celluloid:) Some other fun endeavours: BecameContinue reading “Wow! What a year!! 2015 Recap”
Hello 🙂 It’s been a while since my last post. What a beautiful and busy summer! I Directed a movie called Writing Kim, I got married in June and now Season 4 of Continuum is about to air! Yes I got married:) And of course I’m going to share a couple photos! Photo Credit: AinsleyContinue reading “Continuum Season 4, getting married and Directing my first Feature.”
Hello fellow actors and industry friends. I’m pleased to announce that starting January 2015, I will be joining the staff at AMAW (Anthony Meindl Actor Workshop) Vancouver. My journey to the school began with a desire to bring more of myself into my acting. My good friend, and acting coach, Alison Araya suggested I auditContinue reading “I’m joining Anthony Meindl Actors Workshop (AMAW) in 2015 as a Teacher!”
As some of you know I own a tattoo studio located in the heart of Vancouver’s historic Gastown area. This SUNDAY DECEMBER 7th we are holding our 2nd Annual Art Show Fundraiser. Proceeds go to North Shore Rescue (A volunteer mountain rescue team). Come get your xmas shopping done while supporting this worthy cause. ItContinue reading “Liquid Amber Tattoo’s 2nd Annual Art Show Fundraiser”
Contrary to what my mother might tell you, I was not born an actress. Sure I played with imaginary friends. I also conducted interpretive dance performances in front of my grandparents camera. My acting journey didn’t truly begin until I turned 25. At the time I was working as a sales associate at a VideoContinue reading “My path to becoming an actress.”
“What have you done, anything I would know?” This is usually the first question I get when I come out as an actress to a group of new people. I don’t mind the question; I do feel a little shy unraveling my resume in front of people. In all honestly I should probably let goContinue reading “What I’ve done as an actress?”