Booked for undisclosed AAA Video Game
Just before lockdown, I was booked for my first video game in years playing one of the coolest parts I've ever had. However as lockdown continued, the dates kept getting postponed and so I cast my hopes for this into the wind. Like many freelancers, I've seen so many jobs evaporate, and previously greenlit projects enter a sort of project purgatory. Getting the yes felt great and I told myself that that was enough.
But then, months later, the studio times got confirmed and it was one of the best sessions I've had. The writer, director and engineer were all amazing and we had stimulating conversations across philosophy, consciousness and politics. The part was even cooler than I imagined and I enjoyed playing her tremendously. I cant wait to be able to share more but until then here is a wee pic in the brand new booths at Molinaire Studios. Turns out I was one of the first actors in there, ofcourse I wore my band t-shirt!