I was lucky enough to work with Cadi Catlow and the rest of the Rocketeers at Rubber Rocket to provide the voice for Percy, an excitable and curious orange crab, in their entry for the Bombay Sapphire Imagination Series, simply titled “Crab”. (I’m also the voice of the shark)
Somehow, they managed to put out this incredibly cool bit of stop motion animation in a matter of weeks, and I’m incredibly proud to have worked on it with them. The results are available online now, and you can see the film in its entirety right here:
In the summer of 2012, I took on the lead role of Alex Demore in the urban sci-fi thriller short Neon Ghosts. After half a year of post production, most of which was done by director Stefano Nurra himself, the film is finally finished! While we all wait impatiently for the full release, here is a sneak peek at the teaser trailer:
To have a look at some of the stills from the film and to be updated on the release, have a look at Neon Ghost’s Facebook Page.
UPDATE: Neon Ghosts has won two awards: The Remi Award at World-Fest Houston and the Award of Merit at The Indie Fest! Congratulations to Stefano and Alice, who put all their efforts into making it as good as it became.
On the 10th of january, I arrived in LA. While I’m here, I have plans to meet with some industry professionals and possibly take a few acting classes. In the meantime, I’m going to enjoy being with friends and … Continue reading →
Through the year, I’ve been almost constantly working on a variety of short film projects, both in single-scene “cameos” and main roles. Many of these films have not yet finished post production, but I am proud to finally be able to present to you my first showreel of film work:
This showreel is comprised of scenes from the films Threshold by Craig McKenna, Scotland’s Got Skills by Radim Letovsky and Across the Green by Maria Saarniit, all of which were shot in March and April of 2012.
Myself and the rest of the cast are now nearly halfway through our run of The World Over (written by Keith Bunin) at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The World Over is a dark comedy fantasy for grown-ups, and follows my character … Continue reading →
Today, I am proud to present to you a short series of photographs taken as part of the Shedding Perceptions project by the graduating photography student Louise Robinson at Edinburgh Napier University. The visual and conceptual idea would not have … Continue reading →
On Saturday the 31st of March, I met up with photographers Laura Ford and John McIntyre through the site for models and photographers, Model Mayhem. They brought their cameras, I brought my own clothes, and we all brought ideas. The result … Continue reading →
March is almost halfway gone, and by the end of it, I will have shot three student films. One of these (Threshold, a graduation film by Napier student Craig McKenna) wrapped just yesterday, and it was an incredible experience in … Continue reading →
2012 has arrived, and with that I felt there was time for a new set of headshots. This time, I was in John Need‘s very capable hands and he turned out some great shots for me. You can see my … Continue reading →