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Hit the MARC bloopers *** Best Seller on Amazon’s Kindle Worlds *** The Conellys Update

Hey guys!

Our very last hurrah with Hit the MARC, the gag reel is here.

Watch it below:

This concludes this beautiful journey, for the time being.

We have a few Kickstarter backers out there who deserve a special DVD, and it’s coming their way soon enough!

Will it return some day? Never say never.


Earlier this week, “As We Were,” a Novel length, Pretty Little Liars, Kindle Worlds story was published on the Kindle worlds store on Amazon.com.

Written by yours truly, edited by the wonderfully kind and talented Terias McKlay, and with a beautiful cover art by Hila Taylor.

It started as a successful fanfic on fanfiction.net, and gained more than 72,000 views from all around the world.

It is currently rated the #1 selling book, at the Gay and Lesbian section on Kindle Worlds, telling a story about Paige and Emily from the show.

Purchase it on Amazon for $3.99 only!

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There’s also an author page now, and I added a link on the contact page to it.


The Conellys, aka “awesome zombie film” is in final stage of post production with the hope of being submitted to festivals starting September. We’ve been doing ADR sessions, and we’re almost done. I really loved that crew and cast so it’s been fun see everyone again, and ADR is still a new experience for me. Considering this was a pretty big role, I had a lot of it to do, and I find it quite interesting. Hopefully soon enough I can put together a short reel for you, of clips from the movie. In the mean time, here are some photos from the ADR sessions.

That’s it for this time around! Stay tuned!



Hit the MARC Finale *** Sweet Music Video *** IAJF Summer Gala

I know it’s been a while, but there was a lot to gather!

First, and foremost, we *finally* got the series finale of Hit the MARC out.

This is very exciting, and it concludes, for the time being, 2 years of work. We’re pretty proud of what we’ve done, and achieved, and we are so grateful for all of you who watched, and supported, and donated.

Here’s the episode:

I also updated the gallery with photos from the episode.

We will be working on the gag reel in the following weeks, in order to complete our DVD for our special backers!


I spent 4 days mid June, in Saratoga, NY, with a great team, to shoot a music video for Marcus Ruggiero’s song – “Sweet”. It was a crazy experience, we got to start at 5 AM and finish at 3 AM some of the days, but Saratoga is beautiful, and I was really happy to be a part of it. You can see a rough, partial version of the would be final product, right here:

I got to meet and work with lovely people, and I can’t wait to see, and show you the final product! In the meantime, I’ve got some nice stills, taken by the lovely LeRon Lee. Click the photo to see the new gallery!

I updated the resume page accordingly, and the Facebook page as well.


The day after I got back from Saratoga, I joined once more, the production team of LinCommunicatin, for the IAJF summer gala for their young leadership

It was a lovely evening at the NYC public library, with special entertainment – Comedian Maz Jobrany.

Next on the agenda is the winter gala!

Here are a few photos from the evening.














And so, to conclude, June was a bit crazy indeed.


Lastly, I just got the word that “Shadows of Love” is finally locked and ready to be submitted to festivals, after a long period of post production. I know that some of the festivals already have a sure spot for the film that has been anticipated for a while, so once I have definite news, you’ll know!

Have a lovely week, everyone!




Hit the MARC *** Galleries *** Social Media

Hey guys!

First and foremost, here’s the new episode (number 7) of “Hit the MARC.”

It is second to last. Who would’ve thought that nearly 2 years of work are finally wrapping up?

You can expect a minisode in 2 weeks time, and then, our series finale.

Here is 7. Enjoy!

The upcoming minisode marks the return of the ukelele. 2 new original songs. Stay tuned! No pun intended.


With all of the massive updates for “Hit the MARC” it was long overdue to update the relevant gallery on this very site. And so I did. You can see it here. In case you want to see the entire episode’s gallery and not just my photos, it is on the “Hit the MARC” Facebook page, right here.

Here’s a little teaser:









Following us on Twitter these days is also smart considering we’re uploading bloopers, photos, teasers and all sorts of exclusive material.

In addition, I also opened a gallery for “The Eye of Horus” after I completed my first round of filming about a week ago. It is here.

Here’s one to give you the jist.



I also updated the contact page and added my latest social media endeavors, which mainly means my Instagram, Tumblr, and Keek.

Check it out! And remember you can always subscribe to updates, also at the bottom of the contact page.


Lastly, I got a fun role in a new original webshow called “Freelancers.” We will be shooting at the very end of April, so updates to come!

Have a great week!

Hit the MARC *** The Cinema Couch *** The Eye of Horus *** Beg. Borrow. Steal

Hey everyone!

As promised, we have more Hit the MARC updates! I’ll lay them down here in chronological order.

First, we released episode 6 (2 more left, are you ready to say goodbye?), which featured Lisa Wipperling, in addition to John Znidarsic, and Dan Daily who returned for the second time as our teachers, and of course, you’re probably used to their faces by now: Camille Theobald and Jackson Eather.

Here it is:

Then, we uploaded for your enjoyment, “The Food Song” from minisode 9 –  “English Lesson”. Written by yours truly, and music by the lovely Jackson Eather who also performs it both on the minisode and on this clip.

And lastly, fresh from the YouTube oven, minisode 11, “The Deeper the Fall,” following my character, CJ, guest starring the lovely Dana Piccoli who’s both talented and a great friend, and directed once more by Juan J. Arroyo.

If you like television and music, I highly recommend following Dana’s Twitter or Tumblr blog.

Ah, yes, the minisode:


The third season of Game of Thrones is *finally* upon us, and so, just before the season premiere aired, I joined the lovely people of “The Cinema Couch” to discuss the show. Here’s our discussion video.


A crazy internet project called “The Eye of Horus” is filming during the entire month of April. I’m joining them on the second week, to play the role of Eris. Reading the script, it’s not hard to see why they gave my character the name of the Greek goddess of chaos. Just saying.

The script is feature long, and made up from what I believe is 17 short parts that will be on line. It’s very complex, inception/Matrix kind of complex, when you can’t really say for sure what is what, and who is who. Or in other words – sounds like tons of fun. So stay tuned for that, and hopefully, pictures will soon follow!


Third week of April marks the beginning of my work with “Beg. Borrow. Steal.” as Nina. This is a crime webshow which also seems like is going to be the crazy kind of fun. So expect more about that soon as well.


On the website side – I updated my resume with all the current projects, and the song writing page as well. I know, I know, the gallery demands attention and there are so many pictures from the latest episodes of Hit the MARC. I know, we’ll get there.

Have a lovely weekend!

Hit the MARC news *** The Cinema Couch *** Tiger in the Dark

Hey guys.

Things have been quite interesting around here lately.

First of all, as we promised, we’re seeing more of Hit the MARC these days.

We’re trying to update every other week through the end of the series. Needless to say sometimes it’s harder, but you definitely won’t have to wait long between new uploads.

On that note, here’s our latest minisode:

We had some special guest stars, Maria Briggs and Oren Korenblum on this one, and it’s been a pleasure. Tricky, but a pleasure nonetheless.

More Hit the MARC. We finally uploaded our theme song, “Higher”. The songwriting section was updated accordingly.

you can listen to it here:


I had the pleasure of guest hosting a few episodes of “The Cinema Couch” along side a great panel of people. Not all of the episodes are available yet, but you can watch the following one. In this one, we discussed the current season of “Pretty Little Liars” which is a show I personally love a lot, and write about quite often.

I hope you like it!

More to come!


Last but not least, a new preview sneak peek from “A tiger in the Dark” right here on IMDB!

That’s all for now folks! More soon!

The Conellys *** CJ times with Mark Fraunhofer *** Tiger in the DARK

Hey guys!

Things have been quite crazy ever since I got back to town. First and foremost, I got to film the zombie project which is now officially titled “The Conellys.”

Amazing cast, amazing crew, amazing 4 days experience in many locations around NYC.

There was touching of boobs, face slamming with  a hammer, floor dragging, and tons of fake blood.

The story is quite different from your regular zombie tale and I hope that soon enough I’ll be able to say it’s been screened in festivals, because it really deserves it.

I want to thank Fran Moreta and Inigo Bordiu for trusting me with this story.

Here’s a quick peek.


As always, it looks a bit funky on the website, my apologies, but I added a gallery with these two and many more. Do check it out.

I’ve also updated my resume with this amazing project.

We’re doing some ADR make ups next week and I’m sure more updates are coming.


While we’re waiting for Hit The MARC (no pun intended), here’s a short video I’ve filmed with director Mark Fraunhofer. Pretty much two minutes of being in character (which means I really love my mom in real life, do not be fooled!). Just a little look into CJ’s head.

This is a prep for a few shorts we’re about to work on together in the next few months.

I really like the way it looks.



Tiger in the Dark – we’re filming tomorrow, and on Sunday, and we have tentative dates in February and late March.

We started with the trailers, extending to a short, and hopefully later on some feature-y saga of sorts.

The more we film, the more material I can show you. But either way – it doesn’t matter how much you see, you never really know what’s going on (neither do we as we film. Drew doesn’t tell us anything. That’s part of the fun).


Lastly, on a bit of a personal note, I published an article on my Tumblr yesterday. It’s about the treatment bisexuals get from *some* parts of the gay community.

Feel free to check it out here. I’m very touched by all the people who wrote to me afterwards. I wrote this for you guys.

This is all for today.

Stay warm! (Mostly relevant if you’re currently in NYC like myself)

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