University of Toronto - Virtual
Skills: how to produce a film, from writing through distribution, on a budget under $250,000. Break down a script, create efficient schedules, calculate appropriate tax credits, and get tips on working with union crews to run a smooth shoot. You’ll tackle post-production, draft a marketing plan, and learn how to pitch your project to producers, broadcasters, distributors, and other funding agencies.
2023 / Micro-Budget Film-Making
Talk Is Free Theatre - Virtual
Skills: The Art Of The Self-Tape; how to prepare, tape, and execute an audition using the technology you have including lighting, framing, sound, reader placement, technology and your relationship to it.
2023 / Theatre Artist Training Program:
Playwrights Guild of Canada - Virtual
Skills: Planning your pitch, promotional strategies, advocating for your deal, relationship building, self-advocacy, how to do research for your writing.
2022 -2023 / Resiliency Program
Kim Hurdon Casting - Virtual
Skills: Covering an introduction to aspects of voice acting, casting, audition + working session protocol, vocal styles such as animation, commercial and video game.
2021 / Introduction to Voice Acting
Citadel Theatre - Edmonton
Skills: Core subjects of acting, voice, and movement, in addition to specialized workshops including clowning, Laban, Shakespeare, and stage combat. The program culminates in workshop productions that demonstrate the skills that the students have been working on over the year.
2013 / Young Company - Acting
Vancouver Film School - Virtual
Skills: key roles and responsibilities of the working director, how to tell a story cinematically, using the camera and actors as tools, script analysis to guide directorial choices, emotional power and narrative intent of camera placement, lens choice, shot content and composition.
2023 / Introduction to Directing:
CANCOM - Virtual
Skills: Long-term career networks and improvement of skills for comedians and comedy tech workers, how to create content, find employment, and access the support necessary while pursuing comedy success on the global market. Pay Culture, IP & Branding, Touring and Showcasing, Pro-Health & Anti-Oppression, Digital Reach, and more.
2022-2023 / Comedy Symposium
Toronto Academy For Film and Television - Toronto
Skills: On camera total immersion in the craft of film acting, learning on camera film scenes, various acting techniques to apply to film scenes such as method acting technique, MEISNER acting technique. As well as auditioning techniques both for film & television as well as t.v. commercials.
2022 / Acting For The Camera
University of Alberta - Edmonton
Skills: An intensive, 3 year conservatory training program providing in-depth study of acting, movement, and voice combined with a university degree.
2013-2017 / Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Acting
Artstrek - Red Deer
Skills: professional learning opportunities from practicing artists and educators in a collaborative space. Artstrek students leap into the depths of theatre appreciation and embrace the creative process through five daily classes: Acting, Devising, Design, Voice & Singing, and Movement & Dance.