Come to a stand-up comedy show where 100% of the proceeds go to benefit Planned Parenthood! Featuring Kate Sortino, Jessica Taylor, Myra Mains, Matt Collins, Rudy Ascott, Matt Burgoon, James Engberg, Justin Lawrence Hoyt, and hosted by me. Click on the picture for the Facebook event page.
Since the last First Friday Comedy Showcase was such a success, we've decided to do another one! If you're in Anchorage, come to the Hard Rock Cafe and watch a new bacth of Alaska's funniest stand-up comedians beg your approval. Featuring Cole Crawford, Nathan Hall, Fred Koski, John Norris, and Anji Stubbs, and hosted by me. Click on the poster to be forwarded to the Facebook event page.
Is all this winter cold getting you down? Come to the TapRoot and laugh it off at this month's Spenard Comedy Slam! Watch me perform alongside John Norris, Justin Lawrence Hoyt, Cole Crawford, and Chirs Coleman. Click the image above for the Facebook event page.
If you've wanted to check out the stand-up comedy scene in Anchorage, the First Friday Comedy Showcase at Hard Rock Cafe is the perfect opportunity. Come see some of Alaska's finest stand-up comedians perform, featuring Justin Lawrence Hoyt, Matt Collins, Rudy Ascott, Matt Burgoon, and Greg Rowland, and hosted by yours truly. Click on the poster to be linked to the Facebook event page.
Senshi Con is Anchorage's annual anime and manga convention. If you plan on attending for the first time, here are some terms that might be helpful to know. Click on the image to be linked to the article on Alaska Dispatch News.
It's been a while since I last wrote anything. But if you're looking for a new class to take, maybe check out my suggestions for useful college courses in the most recent issue of the Anchorage Press. Click on the photo to be linked to the article.
Mike Birbiglia, one of my favorite current filmmakers and comedians, recently spoke to The New York Times about the six tips he commonly gives to aspiring artists. Click on the picture for the article.
Organizing the 24-Hour Film Royal is one of the few things I'm proud of and look forward to every year, and making the accompanying documentary is a huge part of that. Spending the day driving around town with my co-organizers is a blast, and visiting the teams and watching them work is inspiring. This year's documentary perfectly encapsulates everything this event was made for: bringing together filmmakers of all skill levels and backgrounds under the same goal of doing what we all love. I'm incredibly proud to be a part of this community of driven and talented storytellers and artists, and I look forward to continue growing it together.
This week I'll be hosting the I Love Anchorage Instagram account, one of the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation's initiatives to make Anchorage the #1 city in America to live, work, and play by 2015. Follow along at instagram.com/iloveanchorage or click on the photo for the link.
Here's another success story about the iPhone's filmmaking capabilities. This one describes how actress Olivia Wilde directed a music video for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes using an iPhone 6s. Click on the photo to read the story on The Verge.