A collection that showcases my abilities, from stage to film, re-creations to original works
Psycho Homage: Arbogast Meets Bates
This scene is a re-creation, shot for shot, of the infamous scene from Psycho by Alfred Hitchcock in which Detective Arbogast meets and questions Norman Bates for the first time. We spent over 100 hours planning, scouting, shooting and editing; a huge thanks to my scene partner, Chris Kudlick
My First Commercial
Sirui Swift m1 Gimbal Introduction Video — Watch me and the lovely Jasmin tour around the Big Apple with our newest technological toy to capture all our memories!
The following is a collection of videos from a course I took at Moonlight Stage Company in Raleigh, NC. This is where I learned the building blocks of acting for the camera from the incomparable Paul Paliyenko
In this lesson, the class was paired up into groups of 2. Each of us was given the exact same script — how we decided to block and physicalize the scene was entirely up to us.
The Actor’s Nightmare
This is a fun (and terrifying) little exercise, in which someone off-camera reads dialogue from a novel line-by-line and you must improvise your response on the spot.
This class dealt with one of the most difficult aspects of acting: The Monologue. My story took the form of a man giving an interview for a documentary about his experiences with spirituality and death
In this video, I was treated with the experience of a mock audition, reading a snippet from a potential TV pilot with a “casting director” off-camera.
Carrie the Musical
Adapted from the novel by Stephen King
The 1st musical production I took part in at UNC-Chapel Hill with the Pauper Players. I played “Billy” the delinquent boyfriend of the show’s antagonist. Click here to see one of my prominent numbers
by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth
The 2nd of my musical productions at UNC-Chapel Hill, this one with Company Carolina. I played “Peter,” one of Bobby’s coupled friends. Click here to see a short solo illustrating my vocal abilities and here for a humorous one-on-one scene with the star of the show, in which my secret is revealed…