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When Dan Hodapp and I met to discuss characters for a Snippits episode, we immediately decided to do something very, very, very dark. [Continue Reading…]

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Langan Kingsley won me over with her impersonation of Andrew Dice Clay discussing the women’s store Anthropologie.  I was convinced it would be fun to see someone as nice as her play someone so nasty and out of touch as a burnt out public school teacher.  [Continue Reading…]

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I first saw Harrison Greenbaum perform at NYC’s EastVille Comedy Club and was blown away by his ridiculously sharp observations and rapid fire delivery. I immediately thought his style would be perfect for [Continue Reading…]

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I decided to do a Snippits episode with Anna Drezen when I realized that this actress/comedian doesn’t take the usual route of making fun of things or racing towards punch lines, but rather enjoys telling very detailed sad stories that make you cringe in her place. [Continue Reading…]

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Emily Axford’s shoot was our first after the pilot and now that we knew what it took to make a Salon Snippits episode we knew what to aim for and how to guide a dozen great rants into a nice eccentric arc.  When we met up a while before the shoot [Continue Reading…]

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I saw footage of Geoff Grimwood a while before I ever met him or came up with the idea for Salon Snippits while I was editing someone else’s short film.  He’s a wonderful improviser [Continue Reading…]

Creator/Director/Editor

This was the pilot and first episode for Salon Snippits. The very first time we shot with this style and premise, the goal was to see if the format and style could work, and to see exactly what it would take to get it to work. [Continue Reading…]