So you’ve made it to Los Angeles. WooHoo! Now you can sit back relax and watch the job offers role in…WRONG. Now it’s time to start the real work. Although to be fair it is best (depending on how long you are going for) to have a bit of a holiday first. This allows you
I’ve recently returned from a three-month trip to Los Angeles – part holiday and part networking to get a feel for what the industry is like out there. It’s not easy and nothing will just fall into your lap. However, if you have the determination and the passion to follow your dreams, then going to
Back in 2008 I started crewing with Showmasters at their second event in Glasgow. The first few shows were not that large but I’d been thrown in the deep end on my first day and asked to escort the guests to the green room from from their drop off point. I was so nervous but it didn’t
As a Scot living in Cardiff I often have friends visit. While they’re here it would be criminal if I didn’t show them around this vibrant city, and I thought I’d share my go-to attractions for Cardiff!
As some of you may know I am a bit of a geek. It has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. Not because anyone in my family is a geek, it seems to come from chance viewings and external influences. I have vague memories of watching Red Dwarf and
Back in March I was cast as Eva Farrow in Hocus P.O.T.U.S, a short film by Paper Ghost Studioworks. The film was shot at the wonderfully Gothic Castell Coch (Welsh for Red Castle), built above the village of Tongwynlais in South Wales. It’s a fantastic location – you just can’t beat a small fairy tale castle in
If you have been following me on social media then you will know I’m cat mad. To be honest not just cats, I’ve grown up around cats and dogs so I am animal daft.
After all the preparation for an audition being told no could seem like the end of the World. However, you shouldn’t look at it like this. Every audition is an opportunity. While you might not be suitable for that role, you have had the chance to be seen and it can happen that the director/casting director may think of you in the future for another role.
Working at film and comic conventions was a great way to meet people from the industry, indulge my inner geekdom (especially when Star Wars guests were around!) and chat to people about our mutual hobbies.
There’s a certain stereotype about actors.
You know the one. Turn up on set to your luxurious trailer, be waited on hand and foot, wear glamorous clothes, speak a few lines and then go home.
Well, it’s not like that for everyone.