Rehearsals have started for 2 brilliant new short plays as part of the ‘Short and Sweet’ Festival in Sydney. I’ve teamed up with some fantastic actors and directors on these pieces and will be performing Wish and Spidey Glass from 6-11th Jan and 20-25th Jan respectively at the New Theatre, Newtown. Looking forward to sharing these stories with you.
It’s been confirmed that ‘What A Gun’ has made the official selections of White Sands International Film Festival in New Mexico. Completed in 2013, What A Gun was made by Dingo Cross Films and I played a supporting role opposite the lovely Genevieve Brock. Well done to all the team! More news to follow!
So excited to hear that Subclass 417 has make the official selection at Austin WebFest 2014 in Texas. Its one of 50 series to make the cut and will screen at the end of June. Co written/produced and acted alongside Elijah Egan, this 6 part series was also made into a pilot. This makes it our 3rd Official Selection at festival for Subclass 417.
So excited to hear that my first Written and Produced film, Breakdown (IMDB) has made the Official Selection at the Snake Alley Film Festival of Film 2014. It will screen later this year in June.
Last year I finished writing the film and pieced together a great team. A big thanks goes out to the Director/Editor Gary Glenn, DOP Jonathan Burton and the rest of the team who I couldn’t have done it without.
I play opposite Vancouver based actress Lara Deam in this Drama about past lovers who accidentally cross paths on a country road. A truth is revealed that will change their lives forever.
Last weekend at LA WEBFEST 2014, I was lucky enough to win Best Lead Actor on behalf of our Web Series ‘Subclass 417’. This is now our second award for the series after getting through to the quarter finals of the NexTVGen Awards 2014. I’m obviously over the moon and we’re super thrilled to get this award for the series!
Subclass 417 has now received its second Web Series Festival recognition of 2013, now part of the Official Selection for LA WebFest 2014. We’re thrilled with the news and that all the hard work is paying off. More news to follow in March 2014 at the awards :)
You can view all of the episodes here or view the series on Channel 31 in Melbourne at 10pm on Sundays (repeated 2.30pm Wednesdays).
The 30 minute pilot of Subclass 417 has made it though to the quarter finals at the NexTV Web Series and Indie Film Competition in the states. This is great news and testament to the hard work put into the 6 part web series and pilot. Update to follow once we know more!
I’ve also seen that “What a Gun”, a film I was in earlier in the year, had also made it through to the qaurter finals:)