Voice Over

To be in shape for recording voice over, I read out loud for at least 15 minutes daily (or add the minutes up and make up for the missed day/s when I skip that practice). When I read, I do it pronouncing the words very clearly and honour the punctuation to adjust my intonation accordingly. … More Voice Over

Corporate Shoot Tips

Whether you just got a new client or booked your very first corporate shoot and are looking for the information to help you prepare and make sure everything runs smoothly, I’ve compiled these SIX TIPS based on the corporate shoots I’ve recently done.  If it’s a large corporation, they will most likely provide you with … More Corporate Shoot Tips

Behind the scenes of “Banter” and “Night Out in Killashandra” short films

My example of time well spent.. One day. Two short films made. Amazing banter was had. Literally.. Banter is the name of a short film written by Fabien Oman. A beautiful piece that explores mental health through… well, a bit of a friendly banter. I believe that talking and being open about mental health issues … More Behind the scenes of “Banter” and “Night Out in Killashandra” short films

Film talk with Matt from The What I Watched Tonight Show

I’m pleased to share my very first interview as a filmmaker. Check it out on What I Watched Tonight <– CLICK HERE You can expect to hear about how disastrously “well” my first acting class went, how I got on filming short films “If I would have been back home” and “Hanna Wins”, also about who my … More Film talk with Matt from The What I Watched Tonight Show

Learning about screenwriting and finding motivation

Confucius once said “A man should practice what he preaches, but a man should also preach what he practices”. I’m taking the liberty to amend the quote slightly, to include all genders. So, it would go like this: “A person should practice what it preaches, but a person should also preach what it practices”. How … More Learning about screenwriting and finding motivation