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I recently had the supreme pleasure of going to France to attend the Festival Regards sur le cinéma du monde (Glances on the cinema of the world) to represent the short film ‘Therapy.’ The festival was amazing, we were treated very well, I’m so glad I went. Kert and I arrived as two very sleepy travelers at the […]
Happy 2014 Everyone!! In one week Kert and I leave Vancouver to attend the ‘Festival regards sur le cinéma du monde‘ where Therapy will be playing in Rouen. I feel so incredibly grateful to all the people who pulled together and put their amazing talent to work on Therapy. A special Thank You to the cast […]
When people ask who inspires me (as an actress) the quick and easy answer was always Meryl Streep. Over time I’ve thought a lot about that question and have come to the conclusion that the actual answer is still Meryl BUT also two very amazing, talented, women. Molly Parker and Amanda Tapping Although their style […]
I am amazed at the response our youtube channel(and Therapy in particular) has received. It is such a blessing and a curse to become ‘popular’ as with an overwhelmingly large number of views we have also garnered a fair number of comments. There are some nice ones and then there are some ‘not so nice’ […]
I absolutely LOVE this photo because I can associate with each person’s position… including the blurry gal in the back 🙂 I definitely know what it’s like to run as fast as I possibly can, to push myself to my limits… and do it all while wearing heels. But sometimes winning isn’t all it’s cracked […]
The congratulatory messages have continued to pour in making me feel more and more thankful to be surrounded by such amazingly supportive friends and family. I have often heard people say, “It’s an honour just to be nominated” and I always wondered if it was true and – IT IS!! I have now had the chance to check out my […]
In honour of our interview being played on TNG tomorrow and due to popular demand we have uploaded Therapy for your viewing pleasure. Click here. Sit back. Relax. And enjoy our 14 minute film. I look forward to hearing your thoughts/comments/observations.