Brian is an actor, writer, filmmaker, and comedian with a BFA in Theatre from Valdosta State University. He lives in Atlanta, where he writes, directs, and produces films with his production company, Cold Silver Films, in addition to being a freelance teacher of writing and theatre. His first feature film, the romantic comedy Uncommon Law, is now available on DVD, Blu-Ray, & digital download in the shop. He is also currently working on his first fantasy novel, Into The Black.
BIG NEWS! Starting in August, I will be the new full-time drama teacher at Archer High School in Lawrenceville, GA! I want to give a huge & heartfelt thank you to all the Parkview & Collins Hill students who I’ve worked with over the last three years. You have motivated me & inspired me, and you’re the reason I do this. I’ve had a blast working with you all & I have such faith in you going forward. Also, a special thank you to Sharon Morrow & Tara Weintraub for letting me be a part of the PHS & CHHS drama families! Your help & support has been invaluable. I can’t wait to get started on the next step of my teaching journey!
I’ve recently begun to further my pursuit of teaching theatre full-time. As such, I’ve added a Teaching page to the site, including my CV/resume, examples of some of the acting workshops I teach, and quotes from several of my past students. Give it a look!
Happy Easter, everyone! On today’s edition of Masterpeeps Theatre, our esteemed players present to you the Shakespeare classic, Much Ado About Nothing! Thanks to Misty Thompson for her help with the setups.
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I’ll be at Georgia Thespian Conference this weekend teaching my Act Like A Pro Wrestler workshop for the over 5,000 high school theatre students from throughout Georgia. If you’re attending, come on out & let loose your inner superstar! I’ll also be giving two talkbacks on Friday talking about my experiences in film, theatre, & comedy, with a focus on taking a DIY approach to your career.
Back in October, Uncommon Law was featured at The Screening Room ATL, where Uncommon Law actress Jules Nobles and I were interviewed by Khalimah Gaston about the project.
Uncommon Law will be screening at Negril Village Atlanta this Wednesday, October 11 as part of The Screening Room ATL! I’ll be there along with actors Jules Nobles and Mick Taylor to celebrate independent filmmaking in Atlanta. Looking forward to what should be a fun event!
Event Time: 8pm-12am
-8p-9:15p: Mingling & networking.
-10:45p-12a: After party, DJ, networking
Negril Village Atlanta
30 North Ave
Atlanta, GA 30308
Big news! My first feature film, Uncommon Law, is now available on Amazon Prime! You can stream it for free with your Amazon Prime account, or purchase/rent a digital copy. Now’s a great time to go check it out, and if you enjoy it, please share with your friends and leave a review on Amazon or IMDB. Thanks, and much love to you all!