Our Instrument. It is our everything.
For it is the very essence of you. Without it we can not be nor become the actor in which we dream of becoming, the one that has that amazing and oh so dazzling career.
Just like a musician can’t play out his or her genius when the instrument’s not tuned up, we as actors have to stay tuned up to emotionally, physically and soulfully play out all the beautiful elements of the stories we get to tell with strength, vigor, and ease.
I’ve been experiencing trying to work with an instrument that’s not been fully tuned up […]
Quit? Nope, that’s not how my story goes.
As a girl from the South, I once said, I would never move to California because I was afraid to experience an earthquake.
Yep, that was before I was bitten by the acting bug or that feeling of joy rather. 😉 That didn’t stop me from quitting acting.
So now being a working actress in LA, it will still tickle my fancy to be on set looking out past the set trailers to see California mountains.
Sometimes when you set out to do something, that feeling of awe can still come over you when you […]
WARNING ACTORS: This blog post is not to share any acting career tips to improve your luck on finding representation, to get more auditions, or improve your booking ratio. ; )
Nope. Nada. Not today.
Instead, I’m here to help you keep raising the bar on being YOU, on your way of life, and how you are staying happy and whole – as the best version of you. How to stay in Flow When it’s slow.
So lets, dive in.
Do you go stir crazy when the industry feels slow?
You know – when days, weeks, months, or half a year goes by and you […]
Most of the time, just on the other side of fear is liberation and elation.
Throughout our acting journey we get to face sooo many scary experiences. What scares you most in your acting career? Is it performing, the audition process, thinking no one will want to represent you, going in for a producer session, or the thought of you not “making it”?
It was time…I CHOSE to face a BIG fear of mine right in the face.
For at least 5 years, the notion of taking an improv class kept knocking at my door and I wouldn’t answer it. Then I […]