Month: January 2015

Bob & Andrew – Season 2

As has become the customary once-weekly reflection on days past (hereafter referred to as “Throwback Thursday”), here is the second and final season of the partially self-titled webseries I co-wrote/starred in.

There’s a lot of splendid weirdness in the comedy that myself and writing partner Bob Woolsey were able to insert into these episodes. As a whole, it’s something I’m immensely proud of; This webseries- particularly these episodes- ring truest to the comedic voice Bob and I worked to cultivate over a number of years and projects, and we wouldn’t have gotten there without the support of our friends who trusted us one hundred percent.   I felt and still feel a great privilege to be on set and work with a stellar cast and crew we were able to entice to come out and play each weekend. It was honestly some of the most fun I had making comedy in Vancouver. Episodes 2 and 5 are personal favorites.

It is strange however, when life imitates art.

five sketches about the insane & desperate

In the mid to late aughts, I was fortunate enough to be surrounded by some amazing actors who were as talented as they were oddly agreeable to do whatever weird little tornado of absurdity we threw at them. I cherish those times and am very proud they exist forever on the internet. Sketch comedy is a fucking blast.

Here are five of the oddest we filmed.

1. The Heartbreak