Thursday, January 31, 2013

Callback: “Toyota” Ross Lacy Casting.  Great to be in a callback for this one.  I was in the room for a good while doing a bunch of stuff, but I really got the feeling that the director was really auditioning my partner and I was just someone for him to work off of.  Oh well, no problem.  They’re doing multiple spots so maybe something will shake out good for me.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Audition: “Toyota” @ Ross Lacy Casting. 

I was good in this one, a bit of copy to remember and I handled it well.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Callback: “” @ Ross Lacy Casting.  I think this went really well for me.  Yeah.  It’s being directed by Zack Math.  He’s on my radar…as is every other commercial director out there.  Well, most of them.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Audition: “Invesco” @ Ross Lacy Casting.  This was a nice test for me.  The spot had a lot of “business”; just stuff going on activity-wise.  Sometimes, in these scenarios I get in my head a bunch and over think it, but I think I handled this one pretty well.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Audition: “” @ Ross Lacy Casting.  This was fun, nice small subtle work.  I did a Super Bowl spot 2-3 years ago and I would love to do another one.  I don’t think this one is for the Super Bowl.

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Audition/Tape: “Castle” @ Donna Rosenstein Casting.  This one went okay.  I read the material the first time and I think my pacing was off.  So I was given a redirect and my pacing was better but then I kind of went up on a line and then I got to my head. Not good.  That’s weird because I’m using pretty good about that, TV pacing vs film pacing.

Monday, January 07, 2013

Audition: “Hyundai” @ Ross Lacy Casting.  Interesting, I was in with a bunch of stunt guys.  Cool spot, but I’m not seeing a callback in my future…BUT ya never know.  Ross Lacy knows what he’s doing; I know that.

Saturday, January 05, 2013

Today I attended the first class of my First Draft Writing Class @ On The Page.  Of course I was nervous, but very happy to be there.  The instructor really broke down how screenplays and/or TV scripts are assembled.  I hope I’m able to use what I learn there and finish my first draft.