Month: March 2013

Queen Gorya at WonderCon 2013

We had a TOTAL blast at WonderCon 2013 in Anaheim!  It was the most fun and exhilarating experiences I’ve had at a con in years.  I am very much looking forward to next year.  Steve J. Palmer, who plays “Terry the Wolfman” in my TV pilot, “Queen Gorya,” passed out flyers with me til the break of dawn!  We were promoting our DEBUT sneak preview clip of QUEEN GORYA.
Queen Gorya posing for paparazzi at WonderCon

Queen Gorya posing for paparazzi at WonderCon

I also caught some of the best cosplay I have ever seen.  I’m definitely on a search for one cosplayer, who played Ledger’s Joker from Batman Dark Knight.  This is the most detailed and precise character work out there.  He MUST have seen the Dark Knight Rises exhibit at the LA Convention center in December, to get that detailed costume work.  He even had the right makeup stains on the purple peacoat.  I want to cast him in Queen Gorya, as I have never seen such skill, live.  I would love to know if he has more work out there!  If not, he should.
Talk about stepping up the standards at comic-con!  Next time I am going in character, and never breaking.   I have a lot of options… but I want to be something creepy.  I’ll have to be Harley one day, though my costume is pre-Arkham Asylum era.  I also have a Wonder Woman costume I made for a fan-film years ago that I’m still debating whether or not I should post it on YouTube!  Shot on hi-8, people! 🙂  Until next time…
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Wolverine from Comic Book Live!

Wolverine from Comic Book Live!

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Satu (The Final Fangirl)


QUEEN GORYA: Exclusive Pilot Preview

Queen Gorya is GO FOR LAUNCH!
We are immensely excited to bring you our darling demon-child, Queen Gorya. This is just the beginning of a long run we hope to bring to the masses on a TV network or even more interesting, a major online content provider. Where would you like to watch Queen Gorya? Let us know!
It has been a thrill working on some of our character story lines.  I can’t wait to show you where Dorian, Jane, Terry, Gloria, and Steve end up…. season 1 is full of twists and turns. Our crowd-funding site will be up with a few weeks, just after Days of the Dead Con.  We hope you like it, and if you would like to see more- stay updated by following QUEEN GORYA:


QUEEN GORYA My first TV Pilot!

I am currently in the depths of directing, producing, and starring in QUEEN GORYA (created and executive produced by Andrew Harrison), a supernatural dark comedy TV pilot.  I have never been happier and busier in my life!
“Legendary horror hostess, Queen Gorya, and her sidekick, Terry The Wolfman try to avoid becoming reality stars and members of an exclusive cult. 1/2 hour TV Series.”

ImageSatu as "Queen Gorya" and Steve J. Palmer as "Terry the Wolfman" on set of QUEEN GORYA
Satu as “Queen Gorya” and Steve J. Palmer as “Terry the Wolfman” on set of QUEEN GORYA

Things are going incredibly well.  I have never felt more confident about a project and this one is my baby.  Andrew Harrison (writer of the absurd comedic web series Polyester Dreams) is a very talented writer and it’s a thrill to be working with him.  It was one of those “stars aligned” type moments when I read the script back in November.  The timing could not be better.   Sinking my teeth into Queen Gorya has been a very intimidating and grueling process, with viciously splendid results.  This is the third project I have directed, and the 6th project I have produced.  I have to say I’m finding my niche in production quite clearly.  I really enjoy producing and directing!
We have completed production day 1, and it went flawlessly.  Knocking on wood six times a day doesn’t hurt.  We are using this footage to raise funds to produce the rest of the episode over the course of 3 shooting days.  I have no doubt that we will find faithful and loyal fans of this spook-tacular show.
Next week is all about setting up meetings to see where Queen Gorya will have a home for the next 5-6 seasons.  Onward and upward!