Tuesday, August 31, 2004

I'm auditioning for Dallas-based Gearbox Software, the development rockstars behind publisher Ubisoft's WWII shooter, Brothers in Arms.

This game is based on a true story, is one of the first (to my knowledge) endorsed by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Foundation, and allegedly gave Steven Spielberg pause at E3 this year.

Wish me luck on this one -- it's important to me.

Sunday, August 29, 2004

The Austin Game Conference is coming, and I'm busy trying to get a hold of most of the ~400 attendees that are supposed to be there.

The big goal is to touch base with the out-of-town publishers who are serious about quality voice acting, and make decisions about talent for games developed by Austin (Inevitable Entertainment, Acclaim Austin, etc.) and Texas area (Gearbox Software, Gathering, etc.) developers.

Monday, August 23, 2004

Auditioned for Damfino Productions short, Nightlife. This mockumentary (in the style of Man Bites Dog is going to be shot in Austin Sept. - Oct. The premise is around a faux documentary about vampire hunters, which turns a little darker when it turns out vampires are for real.

I auditioned for human and vampire roles, and I should say the writing is very well done.

Friday, August 13, 2004

On the set of Brilliant Blue Films' short film Bunny and Clydo.

I've wanted to work with Rocky Joe, Damon Chang, and Arnie Reyes for a while. It's really cool to get the chance. There are a lot of cool folks on the set, and this short film should be a good translation of the "live-action anime" Rocky's aiming for.