I threw together this quick Google Gadget, because there was no existing gadget to embed a PDF that was saved in my Google Drive onto a Google Sites. I was working on a project for a client who needed an easy … Continue reading
Last night’s opening of Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Brothers Booth was sold out and packed to the gills! I had a great time portraying John Singer Sargent and interacting with various audience members (some of whom were cast members of The Bloody Beginning). The … Continue reading
I will be appearing in the show Obedient Steel this November, the new show written by Chloe Brown and Directed by Rebecca Wear. The show is produced by Tugboat Collective and will be presented at the Here Arts Center. The show … Continue reading
I was just cast in the role of Harris in the new short film Down, Boy. The role is really amazing and twisted… Plus, violence! Lots of violence! Can’t wait to work with these guys…
I have continued to appear in the interactive theatre show Speakeasy Dollhouse, which is about to celebrate its two-year anniversary in NYC. I’ve played a variety of roles in the show, but my current regular role is as Cousin Frankie (pictured above). … Continue reading
That’s right… A show in which I had a recurring role is being sold as a bootleg on the streets of China. As far as I’m concerned, I have arrived.
I appear in the new short film The Junkyard, directed by Madeline Manning. Check out a production still above and visit the Facebook page here.
Here are some photos from Amy Virginia Buchanan’s On Fonts. I joined Amy and director Claire Moodey for a two-week residency at the Peñasco Theatre in New Mexico. We then presented the show at the new venue Cloud City in Williamsburg.
Over the last month I’ve appeared in a couple of promos for cable networks, including this promo for the new SyFy series Helix created by Ronald D. Moore, which premiered at ComicCon this year (that’s, like, 3 ticks on the … Continue reading
Update: We got a fantastic review from Kacey Stamats on nytheatre.com… Here’s a snippet. Salish is original in both its poetic language and its many narrative twists and turns…. E. James Ford as Herald warmly welcomes the audience at the top of the … Continue reading
Speakeasy Dollhouse, in which I appear as “Cousin Frankie,” was featured as part of a story on interactive and immersive theatre titled “The Walls Come Tumbling Down“. The piece was written by Diep Tran, who actually joined our merry band of … Continue reading
Last year, at about this time, I created a simple and subscribe-able calendar for all of the free summer movies in NYC that are screened in parks, on piers, and on the docks of decommissioned aircraft carriers. It proved to … Continue reading