Back in 2015 I had the opportunity to act in Writopia's Worldwide Play Festival which gives kids 6-18 the chance to write their own play and have it professionally produced off-broadway. I will join them again this summer to work as an actor in their film intensive which gives students the opportunity to write and direct their own short films. Excited to work with such a great company again!
I was recently cast in a supporting role for a new independent film Serious Laundry. Check out more about the film here!
I was recently cast in a short student film at the New School called Let Me Go. I play a man trying to hold his brother together as he goes through a divorce.
I was selected to be a resident artist during Forward Flux's collaborate:create residency. Over three weeks, multi-disciplinary artists discuss, collaborate and create pieces on a theme selected by Forward Flux. The theme this year is gentrification and the art created during the residency will be presented at the Center for Performance Research on May 17th as an exhibit titled "YOUR [ ____ ] NEIGHBORHOOD." Information and RSVPs can be found here!
I recently got cast in a few student films! The first is called Temporary People, a film written and directed by students at the School of Visual Arts. The second is a short film called Out of Body, which is also written and directed by a student at NYU. I'm very excited to work on both projects!
I recently had the amazing opportunity to collaborate on original short pieces of theatre and film in Florence, Italy as a part of the Building Bridges program. The program was a collaboration between students from New York, Zurich, Stockholm and Copenhagen. We started with a weeklong collaboration in New York during the summer of 2012. In January 2013 we got back together in Zurich, and finally the program culminated with a two week long intensive in Florence. Collaborating on new work is something that I've grown to love, and to be able to do so with artists coming from around the world was an incredible experience.