Abdoulie Jallow is a multidisciplinary artists based in San Francisco. With an affinity for House and Techno (Djing and Producing) and Urban Design, Abdoulie Jallow seeks intersectional liberation through expression, sound, and environmental action.
Hilton Jamal Day is known for his work as Assistant Director on The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019), Sorry to Bother You (2018) and Black Bear (2020) I met Hilton on the set of the Indie Film "The Alternate" where he also Assistant Directed and I played the lead and we clicked immediately. His is one well informed brother and I enjoyed this conversation
Essie Thomas is a contemporary Folk Singer and Songwriter
You can find Essie's music on Spotify, Apple Music, itunes and anywhere that you listen to music
Jackie Dallas is a LA/ Bay Area Based Actress who can be seen on shows such as "Stranger Things" and "13 Reasons Why" on Netflix
Jackie was also 1st AD on the film "Freshman Year" also on Netflix
Brennan Pickman-Thoon is a Bay Area Actor and Writer. Brennan and I have worked on several shows together throughout the year
Essie Thomas is a unique contemporary folk artist Originally based out of Australia and I'm lucky enough to call her a friend
Soulidarity Wave and Jessward Docena are part of Anakbayan East Bay - The National Chapter of Filipino Youth & Students for National Democracy in The Philippines
We talked about their mission as Activist and Artists and finished off with Soulidarity Wave performing a set on the podcast!
Follow them on IG at: @soulidarity.wave and @kumanderjessward
The Talented Director of "The Alternate", A feature film I recently starred in, sits down to discuss our work on the film and the different perspectives of the actor and director. Be on the lookout for the film in the near future!
Alrik Also Hosts his own Podcast called "Making Movies is Hard"
Music provided by the incredible duo Baird & Beluga!
You can check them out on Spotify and BandCamp
I sat down with Raheem Shareef (Local Model, amongst many other things) and spoke about how he's utilizing the time during Covid-19 and handling yourself professionally yet assertively. Music: "Pandemic" by Erizo erizogd @bandcamp
Actors shouldn't limit themselves to just one medium of acting. With so many opportunities to explore in both mediums an actor can work with and continue to live a fulfilling life as a storyteller I give you the differences of both and the benefits of being involved in both.