Jillian’s Peak: A Premium Digital Web Series (Save The Date!)

You may remember that last year I performed live with my fellow castmates of Jillian's Peak,  which is a new premium digital web series about the journey of Jillian Thomas, as she discovers who she is and finds herself in self-denial when it comes to love, family and her career. 


If you missed our performance the last time, well now you can watch the cast live on September 30, 2014 at 7pm! Tickets are free, so register now!

Show your support for quality LGBT programming to the mainstream media. To find out more about the web series, head over to JilliansPeak.com.

We’ll be at the Leslie Loman Prince Street Project Space Gallery at 127-B Prince Street, New York, New York.  And stick around for the “meet and greet” afterward; we'd love to see you there! 


Some Last Day: A Dark Comedy

As a creative, we're always working. When the buzz starts on a project we previously worked on, like the film I starred in "Some Last Day," we've most likely completed several other films.
 
We may be further down that yellow brick road, but that doesn't make the experience of watching your work on-screen any less magical.
 

"Some Last Day" (Julio Antonio Toro; Lisann Valentin; Adrian Martinez)
 
I've done so much since we shot Some Last Day, but I cannot wait to see this short film, written and directed by Adel L. Morales. This dark comedy (one of my favorite genres) is in the final stages of production.

It's always an honor to work with a great cast and crew, especially films that are by Latinos. And I am so grateful to have earned the  "Hollyhood [Productions] fave,"  title, coined by this innovative director and production company. Looking forward to working with Hollyhood again real soon!

Being Free To Be Myself


As creatives we sometimes struggle with opening up to people. At least that's my experience. I'm actually a very sensitive person so I put up a lot of walls to protect myself just enough to be able to take constructive criticism and to grow as an artist. This is of course necessary to some degree. But it's a fine line, since as an actor, allowing ourselves to be vulnerable in the moment is so very important. 

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