15. November, 2014
I know, it’s been forever. You don’t need to tell me.
I’ve been ridiculously busy and I can’t even tell you with what just yet, but, I can give you a few updates.
Firstly, look at this website! It’s all new and shiny, and still need to be tweaked here and there, but I think that it’s beautiful, and it’s brought you by my dear friends, Netanel Bellaish (whose design work you can see here) and Grace Frohlich whose official website is here.
This is obviously the biggest thing, and one of the main reasons why it took so long to update.
My book, SUB. Yes, I wanted it to be out by September, by but my dear editor and I are both very busy, meaning, things get pushed forward. But, we finally starting working on the cuts seriously, so without promising anything to concrete, I’ll just say “soon.” Delaying means better quality, people!
Lastly, I am working on a project with AfterEllen.com , and I’m overjoyed by the opportunity to work with/for them. And, I could actually use help! The details are here.
Because I have so much time (not), I ventured into the world of fanfiction again. I haven’t done that since I wrote As We Were which is on Amazon, and happens in the world of Pretty Little Liars. Now, though, it happens in the world of Grey’s Anatomy, and you can read it free of charge! Isn’t that grand? I update twice a week. If it’s your kind of thing, you can check it out here.
Thanks for sticking around! I hope you like the new colorfulness!
27. July, 2014
This is just a quick update to let you know that “Like Ingrid Bergman” is now online and available to all!
It’s the first thing I’ve done in NYC out of school so it’ll always have a special place in my heart.
Like Ingrid Bergman from Kevin Gay on Vimeo.
20. June, 2014
Hey guys! It’s been a while but I have some things to tell/show you!
Last night I was on ABC’s Black Box. The episode is called “Kodachrome” and was directed by the lovely Brownen Hughes.
I played the photographer and though for the most part you can hear my voice, it was a really fun experience and I got to work with really lovely people.
Here it is:
(I also added it to the media page, of course).
There were also a couple of promotional photos that can be seen in the gallery.
Here’s one of them:
I finally finished writing my book “SUB.”
It is currently being edited by my friend Terias McKlay who also edited “As We Were.” We’re aiming for a September release. If it’ll be ready before, believe me, you’ll know. In the mean time, I give you the cover. Art by the extremely talented Hila Taylor (who also did the wonderful cover of As We Were and whose stuff you should totally buy.)
I believe we are 2 episodes away from my 4 episode stint on “The Eye of Horus,” but here are some new promotional photos. All courtesy of “The Eye of Horus.“
Last, but not least, I’m very proud to say that our sketch with Lisa Loeb on John Oliver’s “Last Week Tonight,” got more than 500,000 views on YouTube (and counting).
It even had some reactions due to the nature of things. Here’s an article on Deadline Hollywood about it!
I think this update was pretty satisfying, don’t you?
More to follow! Have a great weekend!
28. April, 2014
yes, it’s been a while and my previous excuses still stand, but still, here’s a quick update.
Last night, John Oliver’s new show, Last Week Tonight, premiered.
I love John Oliver and so the opportunity to take part of his first show, felt pretty awesome.
I took part in a skit, addressing (i.e. mocking) the Oregon healthcare website.
The crew was great, the other actors were great, director Ryan McFaul is pretty awesome, and we had Lisa Loeb singing for us.
All in all, a pretty nice day in Roosevelt Island.
Here’s a picture from the official Last Week Tonight Twitter account, followed by a full video of the skit.
The above shenanigans led to some website updates. By that I mean the resume page and the media page (new section! “video appearances”).
I also told you I’m MIA because I’m working on a new book. I didn’t lie. I believe I’m somewhere around 65% done with the actual writing (I know, it’s quite specific), and I really want to get it out there around September, hopefully after a thorough edit.
But I swear, it doesn’t mean I don’t go out there and do other work, I expect more updates in the next month or so.
Have a lovely May!
24. February, 2014
Just a quick update.
I know it’s been a while so I didn’t want to leave you uninformed.
I’ve been out of the country for a while, visiting Israel, England and France all in the span of 5 weeks.
Was exhausting and energizing at the same time, somehow.
But just so you know that a few things are coming up:
I have a little guest appearance in the new webshow “Goldstars” by Lane Moore.
4 upcoming episodes on the webshow “The Eye of Horus.”
And a part on one of the episodes of the new upcoming medical drama “The Black Box”, coming to ABC, taking over Scandal’s time slot after the season wraps.
I’m also working on a new book which is another reason why I kept quiet. I promise a more elaborated update once these projects will be live.
In the mean time, keep warm!
17. November, 2013
I’m taking off for a vacation soon. One can hope that a lot of writing will be done during the 4 weeks away from NYC, but in the meantime, let me tell you about the last few weeks.
First of all, we celebrated the annual gala of the IAJF ealier in November. It’s my third year with them, on the production team, and every year it gets better and better.
This year we had a former prime minister of Israel as the keynote speaker, in addition to a paralympic medalist who also gave a speech.
Interesting, moving stuff.
Once again, the event took place at the Alice Tully Hall at the Lincoln Arts Center in NYC.
I loyaly took my post at the control room to make sure all of the visual material of the night is managed smoothly. I think it’s the best view in the house.
The second episode of “Living With Your Sidekick” is here! Written by yours truly, and while revolving mostly around Camille Theobald’s character, I’m most definitely present. And quite gross if you ask me. Watch below.
Like Ingrid Bergman (which will always have a special place in my heart as it is the first film I did in NYC) is featured on the website ShortsHD this month. To be more specific, it’s the number one in the top 10 of “must watch this month.” It is broadcasting all around the world, so I dare say it’s pretty cool.
My sources are telling me that it’s on ch. 573 on Direct TV (HD package) and 375 on Dish. Should be available to you from wherever you are!
The holidays are upon us. *all* of them, so happy holidays to you all!