Just went and shot a short film called being produced by Whaley Films.
It’s just a small part of a guard, but it was a bucket of fun being involved with this production.
Nothing like a few death scenes!
The team at Whaley are thoroughly professional and a bunch of fun at the same time.
It was a real pleasure and I hope I get to work with them again sometime.
Thanks to Dale Norton, Ben Quick, and Leisl Lancaster
Definitely check out some of their other work at www.whaleyfilms.com.au
Excited to announce that I’ve been cast in the Griffith University short film YELLOW, in the role of Jimmy.
Jimmy is a fighter and a brawler, currently imprisoned for his crimes.
A father to Tommy, who he is trying to convince not to follow in his footsteps.
I’m really looking forward to shooting these scenes and to the finished product.
Very proud to announce that I’ll be playing the dual roles of Tony Ryan and Randall Lawson in this exciting new work being presented by Crosstown Artists.
Details about the show are below. Hope you can all find the time to come along.
Slammed: The life and hard times of everyone you know.
Slam poetry, graffiti art, original music and a stellar cast slam together in an edgy new production not to be missed.
Written by: Stefanie Brooke Harper
Directed by: John Peek
Set in a fictitious but familiar contemporary Australian high school amidst some troubled teens, Slammed follows the story of Jake Ryan – a downtrodden 15 year old with a tough life. We soon learn, however, that Jake is not the only one getting ‘slammed.’ As the lives and hardships of those around him continue to collide, it becomes clear that if you scratch the surface or stop to look behind the mask, there are many hard times and struggles in the life of, well… everyone you know.
Endorsed by industry experts and supported by the One Punch Can Kill campaign, ‘Slammed’ offers delightful yet challenging insight into our youth, our society and ourselves.
Tickets are limited and selling fast!
Or visit www.crosstownartists.com.a
“These are stories that must be told and the conversations we must have.”
– Ross Thompson, One Punch Can Kill Foundation.