Friday, April 24, 2009
Monday, October 15, 2007
Vimby (VideoInMyBackYard) is a video content site devoted to capturing young lifestyle and culture all over the nation. Through calendars, blogs, message boards and personal profiles, VIMBY is connecting young people to others in their backyard who share their passions.
Here are two segments I produced and hosted for Vimby:
Music Box Hollywood
Friday, June 16, 2006
Hailed as "a cultural phenomenon" by Newsweek and featured frequently on This American Life, Mortified is a national grassroots comedy collective, officially launched in LA in the Fall of 2002, that encourages everyday people to share their most embarrassing childhood creations (journals, letters, poems, lyrics, home movies, stories and more)... in front of total strangers.
Its stage show, Mortified Live, is the largest and longest-running show of its kind and runs monthly in cities everywhere (LA, NYC, San Fran, Chicago, Boston) to packed houses fueled by intense word-of-mouth from beyond awesome fans.
The debut book, Mortified: Real Words, Real People, Real Pathetic hits stores on 11/28/06.
Share the shame.
For more info and upcoming shows: http://www.getmortified.com/
Mortified is the lead story on yahoo’s front page right now
If it has changed by the time you read this you can find it here:
more photos from Mortified:
Check Out Mortified's debut animated short: "I Hate Drake" and "500 Miles To Hollywood"
I Hate Drake:
500 Miles To Hollywood:
Dave Nadelberg, the founder of Mortified, chose a collection of songs that captures the essence of Mortified for KCRW's Guest DJ Project.
Listen to Dave's episode here:
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
“Slava’s Snowshow is to clowning what Cirque du Soleil is to the circus.” —Variety
“The most flat-out spectacular moment Off-Broadway has seen in years.” —Entertainment Weekly
“A bust-out party offering every inner child in the house a chance to act out with gleeful abandon” —San Francisco Chronicle
One of the world’s busiest clowns and a beloved celebrity in his native Russia, Slava Polunin transports audiences into a magical world of falling snow, fog and bubbles in his tragicomic spectacle, Slava’s Snowshow. Following a triumphant London debut, Slava toured with Cirque du Soleil’s Alegria, which continues to feature excerpts from Snowshow. Enjoying worldwide success including a nearly two-year run off Broadway, this lyrically beautiful, Olivier Award-winning theatrical experience melds the unbridled hilarity and unexpected poignancy of clowning with awe-inspiring imagery, whimsical music, and amusement park thrills.
Thursday, June 01, 2006
Cemetery Movie Screenings
Cinespia (pronounced sin-eh-SPEE-uh), an organization that shows rarely screened movie classics in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, is one of the cooler ways you’ll find to spend a Saturday night in LA. Founder John Wyatt, an L.A. set designer, started the tradition a few years ago, when his film club began to outgrow its roots. These days Cinespia has been known to draw crowds of 1000 plus; all without a shred of advertising or promotion.
Where else can you enjoy a picnic dinner under the stars while watching some of cinema's greatest films? Add DJs and a friendly vibe, all within a tombstone’s throw of the graves of Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks, and John Huston, and you’ve got an event that puts your typical dinner-and-a-movie plans to shame.
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Cross Street: Gower Street
For more info and upcoming screenings:
Monday, May 29, 2006
The Show With Zefrank
The show is a current events video blog by Ze Frank that offers knowledge, humor and duckies. The program was produced Monday through Friday for one year (March 17, 2006 - March 17, 2007).
watch it here:
"washington, ideas, brain crack"
"how do you work this thing, abramoff, giant baby, jeb bush, comments, insurance, distancing language"