Saw the following in an audition notice today:
“FOR ANY TATTOOS PLEASE CAN WE CHECK THAT THE OWNER HAS CLEARANCE ON DESIGNS OR IS ABLE TO GET CLEARANCE SHOULD IT BE REQUIRED.”
I was asked to self-tape two scenes for a Qualcomm commercial in July and booked the job. It ended up being a supporting artist role – a welcome day on set, very relaxed (having just come off the craziness of Blade Runner) and I got to meet world F1 champion, Lewis Hamilton.
Just back from the Lake District, England. Snapped this photo at the end of the day walking down from Scafell Pike to Seathwaite.
The Tusk Rhino Trail is a London wide art installation aimed to draw attention to the severe threat of poaching to dwindling rhino populations. Each rhino has been specially designed and decorated by internationally renowned artists.
While visiting them I was reminded of my experience playing Michael Harris (above) in the award winning ‘lived’ documentary, Horn, which creatively investigates the issue of rhino poaching by focusing on anti-poaching units in South Africa’s Waterberg region.
According to the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office: “In the last 40 years, the world has lost 95% of its rhinos”.
…shooting the new promo for FM-19 with Tom Brown
The Rare Monkey with the Colourful Bottom has now been adapted into a storytelling children’s show. Actor and author of the book, Joanne Gale gave the first run at the Faversham Fringe Festival and subsequently featured on the Dominic King Show on Radio Kent thanks to Mike Adams who was reporting from the festival. I took some pictures:
Snapped this photo at sunset on an English country lane in Sussex.
Clue: “You wanna know how I did it? This is how I did it Anton: I never saved anything for the swim back.”