In November last year, I was lucky enough to play Hanna in Snowshoe & Monster, a webseries pilot for Telus Storyhive. We had three days and $10K to make the best pilot we could.
In February, the finished Snowshoe & Monster pilot came out and was one of two pilots chosen to make five more episodes with $50K.
Continue reading ➞ Summer’s Monster
I got my first-ever acting agent not too long ago, which was a big deal in of itself. But then yesterday, I found out I had an audition,
Continue reading ➞ An Audition
Snowshoe & Monster is out! You can watch it using the link below and please remember to vote for it!
Continue reading ➞ Snowshoe & Monster
2018 has been interesting in a good way. As with nearly every year, 2018 started with parties. Then there were a few days of chilling and getting organized in preparation for the upcoming year.
Continue reading ➞ The Start
There were good times, there were bad times (especially in the USA, stay safe American friends). It was a bit of a crazy year. Personally, it was my year off to pursue my acting dreams, which was a far more successful pursuit than I thought it would be.
Continue reading ➞ An Acting Summary of 2017
I don’t know why I don’t write much anymore. It isn’t like interesting things aren’t happening to me.
Continue reading ➞ Tis The Season I Guess
Not too long ago I was cast in a film. It was pretty cool. I haven’t entirely finished filming my parts but I’m mostly done, and I’m excited to share it.
Continue reading ➞ Valerie the Film
I realize it’s been a month since I last wrote. To be fair, I was off-grid for half of that, trying to make money planting trees before September creeps along and school starts.
Continue reading ➞ Plan A
I’ve been busy. So busy that the only thing that reminds me I don’t actually have a job is my back account. So I haven’t been posting. However, I was in a half-hour long short film which is finally out and I figured at the very least I could share it with you all.
Continue reading ➞ Surreal: Short Film
When I was still at my job, I felt burned out at the end of every day. In the beginning I used to write when I could, but it turned into more work on top of already exhausting work. For the majority of my time I wasn’t doing any writing outside of this blog at all. It made me feel like I had gone across the ocean, studied for three years, chased my passion, and it was all for nothing. I was doing a job I didn’t enjoy and kept working just for the money. I saw myself growing old there, maybe becoming the assistant manager in five years, the manager in ten years, and I saw a future where working retail would become my life. And it scared the hell out of me. So I left.
Continue reading ➞ Future Plans 2017