Written for Reel It Up Studios (custom demo reels).
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Take your pick from the wonderful world of haphazard blog posts at Accidentally Tragic:
A quality video starts with good writing. The more time you put into the writing, the better the end product will be. A lot of people stop at “good enough,” but I like to push past that to
“mildly better than good enough” “GREAT!” Typically, I work with my team from Mean Bean Comedy on these projects.
This silly commercial, Zombie Beds: The Egg Test, was made in retaliation to Purple Mattresses’ notorious “we pass the egg test” videos.
I’m really proud of the spectacle we brought to The Egg Test video. Elaborate costume and set design, custom-built props, carefully curated music choices, detailed special effects, and tight editing make for one of my favorite commercials I’ve had a hand in to date.
Our Queen City Comedy Experience: Now Are The Foxes Promo was loosely scripted on our end and ultimately improvised by the troupe on their end. Then, in editing, I stitched everything together to highlight the best and most humorous parts.
(Ignore the part where my makeup totally doesn’t match my neck xP and it was one heck’uva successful promo.)
My inner Weird Al and Biggie Smalls.
The foundation of a good video is a good script. I have a knack for writing scripts around production budget (ie. no flamethrowers if you’ve only got $35 to spend on props) without sacrificing the funny.
Often, folks also hire me to shoot these projects, so you can see samples of my writing come to life in the silly commercials section of my portfolio or on my external social channels. More samples available upon request.
Here are some samples of me being hilarious via the written word. See more samples of my writing on my writing page.
I am a founder, writer, and the comics gal for the Mean Bean Enquirer.
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Fauci Announces that Santa Isn’t Real; You Were the Reason for Your Parents’ Divorce
Entrepreneur’s Success Story Goes Viral on LinkedIn
I just really thought these should be here. Some of my finest Photoshop work for the Mean Bean Enquirer.
In the 21st century, the world runs on memes. Though I’d argue that the real gold shines in my personal repertoire, here are some of my most popular professional creations.
(Well, the AMC one was truly just because that’s how I feel about AMC’s popcorn… but I digress.)
It’s crucial when using memes for marketing to only use copyright-free images to avoid legal consequences. This can make it a little harder to keep things funny and topical. I look at it as a challenge to really bring my A-game in finding creative roundabout solutions.