Today, I’m thrilled to share with you my interview with Jennifer Zhang, an incredibly talented, tenacious, and multifaceted filmmaker, performer, musician and martial artist. She was featured in Deadline in 2021 for writing, shooting, starring in, and editing a complete feature film on her iPhone 8 during lockdown, and since then her films have been tearing up the festival circuit around the world! If that’s not Something Awesome, I don’t know what is.
Actor • Playwright • Designer • Producer • Director • Game Master
Acknowledging incredibly creative people, celebrating their victories and achievements, and introducing you to the fruits of their labor.
This week, I want to introduce you to the incredibly talented LaDarrion Williams. I met LaDarrion years ago through mutual connections within the LA theatre community, and I’ve been a fan of his ever since. Through the tangled web that is social media, I’ve seen him struggle and strive and build a name for himself as an author and playwright, and through pure tenacity and determination, he’s demonstrated that he is someone to watch.
My friend Brandie is a talented author, playwright, and librettist (and a burgeoning theatre producer). So, when I saw her post that she was doing a signing at Comic Con this weekend, I wasn’t surprised. What caught me off guard was that this signing wasn’t for her YA Fantasy duology, Gold Spun. Instead it was for a project I hadn’t heard about: a trio of graphic novel anthologies titled “Cthulhu is Hard to Spell.”
- Creative Multi-Hyphenate
- Theatre Maker
- Coffee lover
- Cat Dad
- Professional Dungeon Master (yeah, that's a thing!)
- Emerson Mafioso
- Gonna be on your favorite TV show one day
- Let's Go Red Sox!