Creative Living

My Acting Career and why I don’t talk about it much

If you've followed my blog for a while or know me personally, you know that I've been an actor since I was 11 years old. I started in community theatre like we all do, studied acting in high school and college, then I went out into the world and worked as both an amateur and… Continue reading My Acting Career and why I don’t talk about it much

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I Worked at a Talent Agency for a Year…Here’s what I learned

Okay - this one is for all of you actors, artists, creatives - whatever. I try to make my blog posts catered to every one but, eh, maybe others will find it interesting. I'm not going to say the name of the agency. Honestly, it's not relevant. Anything I have to say has nothing to… Continue reading I Worked at a Talent Agency for a Year…Here’s what I learned

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Saying NO…(but I’ve been conditioned to say yes, and..)

Creatives (definitely actors) are often told to take what they can get. It's a tough world out there. Opportunities are few and far between. If you don't say yes, you're at risk of working at Walmart for the rest of your life, or worse - not being considered a "real" artist. Oh whoa is me.… Continue reading Saying NO…(but I’ve been conditioned to say yes, and..)

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“Thoughts on Developing a Solo Show and Creating your own Work”

  Going into the second run of my solo show “A Touchy Subject” leaves me feeling accomplished, lucky and (for lack of a better word)….icky. Not a feeling you would guess being that I’m about to have a stage all to myself for 50 minutes. Every actors dream right? Truth is, I felt this way… Continue reading “Thoughts on Developing a Solo Show and Creating your own Work”