An Open Apology to Brett Cullen

Nathan here.  This an open apology to Brett Cullen.  Who is Brett Cullen?  Good question.  Let me explain.

While on a bus at Sundance, Erin and I ran into Lea Thompson, who played Marty McFly’s mother in Back to the Future.   Now, Ms. Thompson has done a lot of additional work, but Back to the Future left a huge impression on me.  It was the film that made me want to become an actor.  I definitely wanted a photo with Ms. Thompson. Continue reading


Photos from Sundance 2010

Sundance Survival Guide

Have you ever thought about going to Sundance?  Well, we went this last year and learned that it’s a very in depth experience.  This is a guide for people who are interested in the Sundance Film Festival and have questions about how to get the most out of their experience.  This is geared for all those out-of-towners like ourselves, who may be intimidated by the whole experience like we were. Continue reading

Sundance Film Festival 2010

Nathan and I were lucky enough to attend the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.  The festival lasted from January 21st-31st.  We stayed with my family in Salt Lake City and commuted each day through snowy Parleys Canyon, risking our lives for our love of movies, too cheap to rent a 4-wheel-drive vehicle. Being at Sundance was an overall unforgettable experience and really opened our eyes to the amazing talent that exists all over the world, and what it takes to put on an international festival of this caliber. Continue reading

Who Looks Like Bradley Cooper!?

Nathan here.  Aside from making movies, I like to act.  I’ve done some theater, some extra work on TV and in feature films and I’ve done a lot of comedy improv with Rare Bird Show.  I’ve recently started working with Reinhard Model and Talent Agency to break into the commercial/industrial world.  I’m looking forward to sharing my experiences here for those interested in the performing side of the business.

Last night I had the opportunity to interview for a job as Bradley Cooper‘s stand-in for The Dark Fields, which will be filming in Philadelphia for about nine weeks with a two week stint in New York City.   Continue reading