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Eri Watanabe, Ashley Sawh, Julia Cosby, Anita Chan, and Holly Sarchfield
Gowns by Ashter Fashions
Photo by Bobby Ramlagan

As the new year rolled over, I was itching to do some modelling.  With my fingers crossed, I submitted to a casting call looking for runway models for an upcoming bridal show.  A few days later, they replied.  I was offered a spot walking in the Lady Tais fashion show, one of three runway showcases at the Exclusive Bridal Show.  I happily accepted.

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I recently attended a unique and helpful lecture at The Second City Training Centre on how to make a go of it in L.A.  The Q&A style talk was presented by the lovely and talented Ayumi Iizuka.  Ayumi was a former instructor of mine at The Second City.  Shortly after that she headed for L.A. and now has about two years of on the ground experience to draw from.

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Whew!  It’s been a while!  So my last post told you that I was going for a couple of commercial auditions.  Well, I am happy to report that I GOT ONE!  I BOOKED MY FIRST COMMERCIAL!!  Super exciting!  I’ll tell you more about that experience in a later post.  I’ve also been in three more short films, another television episode, and my second speaking role in a feature film.  Money is still pretty tight, so I haven’t been able to take anymore acting classes, but I’m hoping to remedy that with doing more script supervision on the side.  I’ve taken a refresher class and an advanced script supervision course in the last few months, and I’m proud to say that I’m working as an SS on a great web series, and also just finished my first paid SS gig on a feature film!  Awesome!  Hopefully that will help supplement my income and get me back in the acting class game.  I don’t like to let my resume get stale.  Always working, always training.  That’s what makes me feel like I’m putting my best out there.

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