Tuesday, November 30, 2004

"Out Whataburgered" Featured on Agency Websites

Many thanks to Angelica (RTF student at University of Texas that I helped with a project) for pointing out that the Whataburger commercial is on the web and being featured at a couple advertising websites:

agencypreview.com and Adforum.com

You can also watch the video in the "Clips" page on my website:


Ford Industrial

Hey guys!

I have booked a Ford Industrial that will be shooting Dec 4th and 5th just outside of Austin! I know a lot of people in the cast (they booked everyone exclusively from Ciao! Talents' website!). I didn't even have to audition or anything! I'll take those anyday! Only thing is it's conflicting a little with the schedule for Nightlife, the feature mockumentary I'm working on. But those guys are willing to work with me on it, so that's really cool. Anyway, wish me luck!

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Adam the Twinkie Wrangler

Monday night, I got to be a grip/"twinkie wrangler" on the crew of a short film/pilot put together for The WB network by the guys of the "Mr. Sinus Theater 2000" at the Alamo drafthouse. It was directed by my friend Jeffrey Travis who has been very successful in the indie short film scene, and is working right now on a feature length adaptation of Owen Egerton's spectacular book Marshall Hollenzer is Driving. I got to be a "grip", basically helping to move stuff and set stuff up as needed. But much more importantly, I was in charge of making sure that the evil twinkies got where they needed to be.

Once you have wrangled twinkies, you can never go back. Never.


Tuesday, November 09, 2004


I just got word from my agent that I have been put "on hold" to be an extra in a Chevy commercial, so it's not a sure thing...but it's likely to happen. The chances are pretty good of getting "upgraded" to a bigger part in stuff like this, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed. Either way, the extras are getting paid more than they usually do here in Texas, so that's cool! It stinks going from "principal" to "extra", but hey, I'm not too proud!

Friday, November 05, 2004

"In the Can"

Just so you know... "In the Can" is a term used in the film industry that indicates a film has been completed, as in "It's in the can!"

It doesn't have anything to do with...well...the "can" we refer to people being "on".

Just thought I'd clarify... lol