Back in October, we started our "An Actor's Path" vlog series with Penn alum Alex Weber (C'09, Lacrosse).
In my Alex's last post on DT, he won a contest that landed him an audition in front of a casting director. (Turns out he's won a part in an upcoming lacrosse movie called Crooked Arrows.)
This month, Alex continues to succeed and in fact, landed a commercial and a new web series you'll want to check out...
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
As part of my ongoing "Fashionista" series, I want to introduce to you an alum who is on the constant lookout for fresh new up and coming designers.
So much so, that she's started a new website where you too can get the inside scoop...
Matt at 9:00 PM
Starting this Friday (3/5/10), the Mask and Wig Club will be traveling to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Long Island and Boston to present their 122nd annual production "A Cheshire Catastrophe". I've been told it's like Alice in Wonderland meets The Wizard of Oz.
If you live in these cities (or are in Philly and haven't yet seen the show), check out more info about the show, an exclusive sneak peek video, plus tour dates and times after the jump.
Matt at 10:17 AM
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
NBC is Giving This Penn Alum "Friends with Benefits"...and How You Can Get A Studio To Produce Your TV Pilot
For all those aspiring Penn TV writers, here's some advice for you, if you write a hit film, studios are more receptive to giving you your own TV pilot.
Case in point for one talented Penn alum...
Matt at 9:09 AM
Monday, March 1, 2010
As you may have noticed, over the past 2 months I haven't been posting on DT as frequently as I would like. The reason for this is because I was producing some very cool a u g m e n t e d r e a l i t y ("AR") projects that have kept me very busy.
Don't know what this new technology is? Per Wikipedia, it's "a term for a live direct or indirect view of a physical real-world environment whose elements are augmented by virtual computer-generated imagery."
Still don't get it?
Check out the video above to see some random people engaging with a very cool window kiosk I produced for Yahoo for the Vancouver Olympics that was up and running over the past 2 weeks. Having produced three other engaging projects like this (one for In Style magazine and one for the Army), I can tell you it really is amazing to see all the different ways AR can help engage the consumer!
Let me know if any of you are interested in learning more about this technology for your businesses!
Matt at 10:25 AM