Creative (To Be, or Not to Be)

I am happy to say that, for the most part, I have been able to do creative work for most of my adult life. That does not mean that my work has been widely viewed or held in high esteem. And it does not mean that I have been well

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A Day with the Thundering Herd

When you create a project, you never really know if you’re going to find an audience. When I made a set of comedy sketches about the Marshall University Soccer Team, I would never have predicted they would connect in the way they did.   View this post on Instagram  

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The Art of Creating Compelling Showreel Scenes

I’m going to share exactly what you need to do to create a compelling showreel scene. I am going to lay out what makes a scene work, in terms of structure and content, and many of the things you need to avoid. When you are paying money to get showreel

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Showreel from Scratch Scripts

Having a good script for your showreel scene is absolutely crucial. What you are doing, of course, is making something that feels like it’s a scene from a TV show or movie, but there are ways in which they are different. That’s why when an actor plucks a random scene

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30 Days, 30 Videos, 30 Million Views

Throughout June, I released a new comedy sketch on Tik Tok and Instagram every single day. The football-themed videos were a way for me to show my creativity, and to showcase some of the many wonderful actors I have met, predominantly through my showreels from scratch service. At the time

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Daniel Johnson
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