Screening for short film “DESERT” with Q&A

Come and support a second screening of this beautiful short film “Desert” | 19 minutes

I play Julian. It’s dramatic. It’s ecstatic.

A long distance couple meet at an isolated desert motel to give
their relationship one last shot.

Tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/desert-film-screening-dialogue-to-benefit-rainn-tickets-35104392182

Join us at Level Ground in Pasadena for a screening of the short film “Desert” followed by a q&a and dialogue with writer/poet Arianna Basco along with actors Sachie Alessio & Marc Fajardo, as well as Executive Producer Chance Calloway and writer/director Gerry Maravilla.

Tickets are $8 with all proceeds going to benefit RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network).

There will be a beer & wine bar to benefit our gracious hosts, Level Ground.

If you can’t make it, but would still like to support RAINN, there’s also a link to donate on the Eventbrite page too.

7:30pm doors
8pm screening
8:30pm q&a + dialogue

desert angle

Second City Improv 3

Just started class at Second City Hollywood improv 3 level with amazing teacher Michael Anastasia. Loving the camaraderie here! Not the parking.

 

Second City Training center logo

Screening for “A Time to Bleed”

“A Time to Bleed” screens at CGV for the LA Asian American Pacific Film Festival.
Directed by Shaun Vivaris
“After struggling with depression all his life, a young man attempts suicide in his bathtub. As he bleeds out, he encounters the memory of his old school teacher, and debates with him the merits of fighting on, or letting go and passing away.”

I am that old school teacher! Yeahhhhh!

festival.vconline.org/2017/films/time-to-bleed/

 

A Time to Bleed

Booked The Thundermans

I’ll be playing the KITE SURFING GUY on Nickelodeon’s The Thundermans. It was so fun being under the sun and acting like the coolest Hawaiian dude on the island.

Short Film- A Time to Bleed

It was an honor to work on the short film “A Time to Bleed”. Dir. by Shaun Vivaris. I play Mr. Tomo, a teacher convincing his old student to have hope in the midst of his suicide. This project is part of the Armed with a Camera Fellowship organized by Visual Communications.