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Friday, August 31, 2007
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
This time for me, that gives me two, for anyone who is counting. Gina and I both went down again and worked today. It was a bit of a rush job, but it was totally worth it. Special thanks to Steve and Ann who let us spend the night at their place . . again. I say "again" because we had just been down there for Steve to take our new head shots. Look for updates to our acting web-pages shortly. Seriously guys thank you both very much for your generosity and hospitality . . . and patience.
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Monday, August 13, 2007
Okay, where to start?
This past Sunday Gina and I worked on the HBO show “The Wire”.
Special thanks here go out to Larry Carter and the whole Carter Clan for getting us in on this job and for letting Gina and I stay with them the night before, respectively. It was great meeting Larry’s family and they made us feel very welcome and comfortable. Also thanks to the good folks at http://patmoranandassociates.com/.
Thanks again guys!
Now back to the BIG news, doing an HBO show, in and of itself, is not really a big deal for us.
As to the details Gina played an on air reporter and I played her cameraman. We both got some excellent camera time, especially Gina.
However, you’ve heard this kind of thing before.
We did such and such for (insert show here) and look for us as background blur one and foreground blur two in this episode - blah , blah, blah!
So what, who cares?
(That’s some attitude you’ve got!)
Okay so what is the really BIG NEWS?
(Keep your shirt on I’m getting to that.)
The really BIG NEWS is that Gina and I both worked under Sag waivers.
(Again, so what? I hear some of you asking.)
Well, I’ll tell you ‘so what’.
What this means is that Gina got her last Waiver and that as of today Gina is now a full time, professional Actress - that’s ‘so what’.
That’s the REALLY big news!!!
This means that Gina (and I) will have to bow out, as gracefully as we can manage, from some upcoming amateur projects. This can’t be helped, especially in her case, but it also means that Gina will be auditioning for all kinds of high paying SAG projects. Some of which we already have leads on. I hate to say anything here, because I don’t want to ‘count my chickens before they hatch’ but just allow me to stretch a metaphor here and say that there are suddenly a whole lot of eggs and a few more pregnant chickens to spare around here, so to speak.
Not just for Gina - but for both of us.
As a side note, related to all of this, yesterday was my first SAG waiver and, while again I can’t say too much here, I have been given good reason to expect the others in really short order.
But I don’t want to steal the spotlight from Gina on this.
This is her moment, Gina is now a professional actress, she has worked very hard for this and I am very proud of her.
So, what now?
New headshots all around
WAY more auditions for Gina
Notices going out to agents, casting directors and to other groups we are (or have been) working with
and on and on and on.
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
Is being featured on Lance Berry's site "Lance Reviews . . ." under the "Film Score Spotlight" section.
Pretty cool stuff.
Here is a quote; "Bouchard's score is moody, wistful, dark and powerful."
It's great to see "Revelations" still making waves out there.
Monday, August 6, 2007
This guys expresses my position perfectly:
Thursday, August 2, 2007
Shane was interviewed about "Trenches" while at Comic Con on The Daily Reel. See the link at the top of the page with Shane's face next to the "Trenches" trailer or check it out on their site here.
Scooped you again my man.