It's true what they say: The days are long, but the years are short. In honor of my 10 years of creating original content, I had a screening of my work. I rented a theater, invited some friends, made party favors, and I made sure to get a photo with all of the night's award winners.
I just finished shooting another short film, and as the kids say, "it was lit!" First, because Chris was our Director of Photography, so he brought a bunch of lighting equipment. Second, because of the awkward size and angles of everything, Chris and I accidentally turned on the stove at least three times.
Hopefully, this video will be edited by the end of July, and I can start submitting it to festivals!
I finally got around to shooting a couple of videos of some tricks I can pull out at your next party. By the way, you should totally invite me to your next party.
I finally got around to doing this cover of "Boil Them Cabbage Down," featuring guitar, ukulele, balalaika, and violin. Hopefully, I can get more song covers out in the future!
After two years of saying, "I'm going to record a cover of this for Youtube," I've finally recorded a cover of this for Youtube! Happy St. Patrick's Day!
I finally finished working on this song, just in time for the holidays!
This weekend I finished a run of "Trolls Stole the North Pole," where I reprised my role as Stripey the Elf. I didn't do a great job advertising the show this time around because it was for a charity event, and they weren't selling tickets to the general public. I realize some of you are disappointed that you couldn't see me portray an elf saving Christmas. Fortunately, thanks to Mike Hammari, I'm able to show off this clip where I play an elf who ruins Christmas.
My webseries, the Cheryl Carolers, is finally complete and ready for your viewing pleasure! Either watch the whole series below, or use this link to go straight to the playlist.